[CalendarServer-users] Darwin Calendar Server on Linux - Howto
Andreas M. Eberharter
ame_24 at gmx.net
Sun Apr 5 14:29:25 PDT 2009
i recompiled python including the sqlite keyword:
$ sudo emerge -pv dev-lang/python
[ebuild N ] dev-db/sqlite-220.127.116.11 USE="threadsafe -debug -doc -
soundex -tcl" 2,250 kB
[ebuild R ] dev-lang/python-2.5.2-r7 USE="gdbm ipv6 ncurses
readline sqlite* ssl threads xml -berkdb -build -doc -examples -tk -
ucs2 -wininst" 0 kB
are there some more modules i should active in order for
calendarserver to function correctly?
now it started fine and i could browse the server pointing to
i do get a warning when starting up: what does this mean?
/usr/lib64/python2.5/distutils/dist.py:263: UserWarning: Unknown
distribution option: 'include_package_data'
are there any howtos out there on how to configure calendarserver the
best? i did not find something regarding users, rights...
as i'm on gentoo, i could not try the debian package.
thanks again for your help
On 02.04.2009, at 02:52, arthurp at csail.mit.edu wrote:
> Quoting "Andreas M. Eberharter" <ame_24 at gmx.net>:
>> ImportError: No module named pysqlite2
> I can't speak to the how up-to-date the HOWTO is or how well it
> applies to linux. However, the error suggests that the python
> module "pysqlite2" is not installed into python's module search path
> (see <http://docs.python.org/tutorial/modules.html#the-module-search-path
> If you're trying to install on debian or ubuntu, have you tried
> installing the Debian package "calendarserver"? <http://packages.debian.org/lenny/calendarserver
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