[CalendarServer-users] Avoid building support for OpenLDAP and Kerberos

Roland van Laar roland at micite.net
Sun May 22 13:06:36 PDT 2011

On 05/22/2011 05:00 PM, Lars N. Cleemann wrote:
> Hi

> I am trying to setup calendarserver on a FreeBSD machine using the 
> 3.0-dev source, I can get it to build without to much trouble, but 
> would like to avoid building in support for OpenLDAP and Kerberos, 
> since I have no intention of using any of these.
It's currently not possible to use disable kerberos, except if you hack 
the imports in the code.
I don't know it the same thing is possible for ldap.

I'm working on ports for FreeBSD [1]. The ports work, but have a few 
rough edges.
No downloadable tarballs for pycalendar and calendarserver for example.


Roland van Laar

> As I read the build script, these should be optional, but how do I 
> specify that I do not what to build them?
> I have disable OpenLDAP and kerberos, as well as wiki authentification 
> in the caldavd-dev.plist config file, but that does not seem to do the 
> trick. I am building using the run script supplied with calendarserver
> Could someone point me in the right direction, or is this simply not 
> possible?
> Thanks in advance
> Best regards
> Lars N. Cleemann
[1] https://github.com/rvanlaar/caldavports

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