On Di, 2011-04-12 at 01:16 +0100, Bjoern Franke wrote:
> If I leave it empty, it does not work either. But evolution
itself has access to the addressbook, calendar etc.
I found the solution for my problem:
The error was caused by some old libaries of Evolution 2.28 and 2.30.
you upgrade Evolution in Debian Unstable, the new libedataserver,
libecal etc. libaries are installed additionally and the old ones get
If you remove them, the sync works fine.
Did you use the SyncEvolution binaries from syncevolution.org? I
remember vaguely that this came up before, and if my memory doesn't fail
me, then the syncevolution.org
binaries should open the correct
I wonder if EDS/Evolution >= 2.30 distro packages should have a conflict
with libecal/ebook < 2.30, to prevent such broken combination of
packages. David, what do you think?
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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