[CalendarServer-users] Allowing read-only sharing of calendars
tack at tractionco.com
Fri Apr 25 10:30:12 PDT 2008
I haven't. Though, I haven't tried this for users with b in the
name. I remember troubleshooting a printer for an hour once before
realizing it wasn't plugged into the network, so my first inclination
is swapping out the keyboard for sanity's sake, then pasting in the
username from another doc after that to see if the terminal is
filtering b out of input.
On Apr 24, 2008, at 8:39 PM, Nick wrote:
> Thanks for your reply. It works (mostly), but I have one problem.
> I'm typing "acl -i calendars/users/$USERNAME/calendar", I cannot type
> the letter "b". There is absolutely no effect when I hit the "b" key.
> All other keys seem to work as expected. Have you run into this
> PS - my username has a 'b' in it so I'm seemingly out of luck
> tack wrote:
>> You can use the command line tool to edit the ACL's.
>> I added read only in acl position 1 for all logged in users. This
>> be some handy context in getting around the process:
>> On Apr 24, 2008, at 5:44 PM, Nick wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I can't seem to find this information anywhere. I have about 5
>>> with separate accounts and their own calendars. I want every user
>>> have read/write access to their own calendar, but read-only access
>>> all other users' calendars. How can I accomplish this?
>>> Nick "nutbar" Legg
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>>> calendarserver-users at lists.macosforge.org
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