[CalendarServer-users] CardDAV-server.

Andre LaBranche dre at apple.com
Sat Aug 7 00:38:15 PDT 2010

Sorry, I didn't read your question properly the first time, I guess...

CardDAV is enabled through config file options, not command line options. At one point there was an -a switch, but not anymore. If that's still true for you, you should consider updating.

I suggest diff'ing the current versions of caldavd-dev.plist and carddavd-dev.plist to get a feel for what the relevant config options are. You can also look at stdconfig.py to see all the options and their default values.


On Aug 7, 2010, at 12:10 AM, Peter Ankerstål wrote:

> Im running trunk, yes. But I cant find anything about carddav in the output form ./run Heh. It seems to only start caldav.
> --
> Peter Ankerstål
> peter at pean.org
> http://www.pean.org/
> On 6 aug 2010, at 22.37, Andre LaBranche wrote:
>> On Aug 6, 2010, at 1:33 PM, Peter Ankerstål wrote:
>>> Sorry a stupid question, but how do I start the CardDAV-server? ./run -a doesnt seem to have any effect.
>>> only the caldav is still running.
>> Try just ./run to start it in the foreground, which may give you more info about what is wrong, if anything.
>> Once that works, ./run -d to start and background it.
>> I don't believe -a is a valid option for the run script (at least, not in trunk).
>> -dre

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