On Mi, 2011-02-16 at 10:40 -0500, Matthew Barnes wrote: > This change had to be accounted for in many places throughout > Evolution > and E-D-S and I think we missed a few in the initial 2.32 release > (Milan > Crha, I believe, fixed the remaining issues in 2.32.2).
I ran 2.32.2 from Debian unstable. > Shut down evolution, e-addressbook-factory and e-calendar-factory. > Then > open Applications -> System Tools -> Configuration Editor and check > the > following GConf keys for multiple entries with name="On This > Computer". > > /apps/evolution/addressbook/sources > /apps/evolution/calendar/sources > /apps/evolution/memos/sources > /apps/evolution/tasks/sources > > Unfortunately these keys are stuffed with XML blobs which are > difficult > to read in Configuration Editor, but if you scroll to the right a bit > you should be able to spot the "On This Computer" entries. Following > the "name" attribute there should be a "base_uri" attribute with a URI > scheme of either "file:" or "local:". Delete all the "On This > Computer" > entries with a base_uri="file://..." attribute. *Delete* instead of *update* the entries? I don't have any local:// URIs in my addressbook's %gconf.xml. Here's what I have for "On This Computer": <stringvalue><?xml version="1.0"?> <group uid="1278902302.11553.20@mob-sync2" name="On This Computer" base_uri="file:///home/nightly/.evolution/addressbook/local" readonly="no"><source uid="1278902302.11553.23@mob-sync2" name="Personal" relative_uri="system"><properties><property name="completion" value="true"/></properties></source></group> </stringvalue> To me that looks like something went wrong while rewriting the gconf keys. I can fall back to the home dir before the migration and try again. Anything that I should watch out for? -- Bye, Patrick Ohly -- patrick.o...@gmx.de http://www.estamos.de/ _______________________________________________ evolution-hackers mailing list email@example.com To change your list options or unsubscribe, visit ... http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers