[CalendarServer-users] Setting up on Tiger Server
rschmid-macosforge at raptor.net
Sat Aug 2 20:11:31 PDT 2008
I just finished going through your pain and I'm still going through it.
I can't offer you a good step-by-step but I can correct one major flaw
in the documentation. Do NOT check out the main trunk of the code.
Instead use the last labeled version. i.e. use the following command
to checkout the code;
svn checkout http://svn.calendarserver.org/repository/calendarserver/CalendarServer/tags/release/CalendarServer-1.2
This is a stable version of the code. It compiles and runs properly.
If you checkout from the trunk you are inheriting the latest untested
code and its attendent bugs. I recommend you clear out everything
you've done (except your config files, move those somewhere and copy
them back) and start over.
On Aug 2, 2008, at 3:05 PM, Richard Shepherd wrote:
> Hi all,
> This is my first post so if this has been answered I apologize. I
> cannot find a repository of prior posts either - is there one?
> I have a G4 Quicksilver 800MHz (ie not supported by Leopard Server)
> home server and want to share calendars with my wife and with
> myself(!) on different machines. We are both physicians. I have
> succesfully published calendars using WebDAV before but need to edit
> them from one machine to the other rather than just have one "edit"
> machine and all the others read only.
> The server is running Tiger 10.4.11 server and supports all our
> network gear for DHCP and DNS (Intel iMac, Powebook G4, iBook G4, PS3,
> AppleTV). All Macs are running Leopard client.
> It is setup as an OD Master and DNS works correctly both forwards and
> reverse. LDAP Directory services seems to work just fine with
> Directory Utility/Directory in the Leopard clients. The server is
> I have checked out DCS and successfully compiled it on the server. I
> want it to work in OD mode but cannot get it running properly. That
> being said I cannot get it to work properly in XML mode either.
> Does anyone have any simple step by step guides?
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