[CalendarServer-users] Running CalendarServer on CentOS 4.7

Friedrich Clausen fred at derf.nl
Mon Jul 13 08:50:42 PDT 2009

On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 1:15 PM, Tanakorn
Leesatapornwongsa<tanakorn.lsv at gmail.com> wrote:
> You installed with "-i" option but I think it must be "-s", isn't it?

I tried the "-s" option eg. "./run -s -i /tmp/cal" but the results are
exactly the same. I would like to install CalendarServer without it
trying to download dependencies but there does not seem to be an
option for that except "-n" but using "-n" does not change anything.

Any further hints? Thanks!


> On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 5:45 PM, Friedrich Clausen <fred at derf.nl> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I have installed a newer Python (2.6.2) than CentOS 4 offers in a
>> custom prefix so that I can start installing CalendarServer. I then
>> adjusted my PATH for my user so that the correct Python is used when I
>> install CalendarServer.
>> I then manually installed all the dependencies listed in the README
>> but the run script still wants to download and install various
>> components that I have already installed (Twisted for example). It
>> also tries to check out non-existend SVN repos - for example the error
>> below -
>> Checking out vObject...
>> svn: URL 'http://svn.osafoundation.org/vobject/trunk@193' doesn't exist
>> I am running the "run" script with the "-i" option in order to install
>> CalendarServer is a particular location.
>> Any hints on how to install CalendarServer correctly will be much
>> appreciated!
>> Thanks,
>> Fred.
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