[CalendarServer-users] debian, getting started

Guido Günther agx at sigxcpu.org
Wed Nov 19 10:34:33 PST 2008

Hi Frank,
On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 09:11:18PM +0100, Frank Hartmann wrote:
> Guido Günther <agx at sigxcpu.org> writes:
> > On Sun, Nov 16, 2008 at 04:47:54PM +0100, Frank Hartmann wrote:
> >> I am a bit confused by the README.debian documentation, so followed
> >> the guideline there verbatim and created two files on my system:
> > Documentation updates to README.Debain are always welcome.
> >  -- Guido
> Hi Guido,
> as told I am confused. This is maybe not the right starting point. On
> the other hand it might show the experts what a normal user of the
> tool is facing.
Thanks for the patch!

> +<uid>admin</uid> has by the magic
> +of his name administration rights and can do certain action which
> +normal users can't, right?
> +<uid>test</uid> is a plain user. 
> +<uid>mercury</uid> a shared resource- in our example a conference room
> +which can be booked by all members of group <uid>users</uid>.
> +
> +
> +The example configuration in /usr/share/doc/calendarserver/examples/sudoers.plist
> +achieves the following: 

Sudoers can act as (impersonate) other principals as I understand
things. So your sudo users can manipulate calendars of other users.

> +
> +It defines a user 'superuser' which is the big brother of 'admin' and
> +has god like access rights. 'superuser' normally wears a blue suit
> +with a big red 'S' in front.
> +
> +</BIG GAP: NO IDEA, please fill in> 
The admin user has DAV:all access so is allowed to "write,read,rm
everywhere". Is that correct?
 -- Guido

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