[CalendarServer-users] unable to install calendarserver

Andre LaBranche dre at apple.com
Thu Feb 16 18:33:00 PST 2017


Try deleting the "localhost" cert from your keychain (using /Applications/Utilities/Keychain). I've seen this problem a few times but am still not sure exactly how it happens - possibly CalendarServer has lost access privs to a keychain item that was previously stashed there. Deleting will allow new items to be created.

Alternatively, you can delete the .develop directory then "export USE_OPENSSL=1" and re-run bin/develop to disable use of SecureTransport, which includes disabling the use of keychain to store the server's private key.


> On Feb 16, 2017, at 3:30 PM, Emmanuel Bourreau <ebourreau at nordnet.fr> wrote:
> Hello,
> during the bin/develop, i have the following error
> Keychain init.
> Could not find identity 'org.calendarserver.test'
> Found certificate 'localhost'
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "bin/keychain_init.py", line 164, in <module>
>     identityCreate()
>   File "bin/keychain_init.py", line 67, in identityCreate
>     raise RuntimeError(error if error else output)
> RuntimeError: security: No matching identity found for "localhost"
> Next, if i try a « bin/run -n » 
> i obtain
> The configured TLS Keychain Identity (Keychain: org.calendarserver.test) cannot be used: Unable to load Keychain identity: org.calendarserver.test
> System : 10.11.6
> Calendarserver 9.1 
> Can you help me ?
> Thanks
> Emmanuel
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