Re: [Evolution-hackers] evolution and ldap contacts

2008-06-09 Thread William Murray

  And my favourite feature request:
   DISABLE LDAP if you cannot see the server. 
  I need to tunnel in to my work to get the LDAP server; without
access Evo hangs for 1 minute between each transaction.  And some places
I cannot make the tunnel, so evo is unusable.
 Bill

On Mon, 2008-06-09 at 12:06 -0700, George Farris wrote:
 Here is a feature request.  Make the LDAP view return a list of
 contacts
 or at least a partial, user selectable number of contacts and display
 them without having to do a manual search.  Basically make it work
 like
 the contacts on the local hard drive.
 
 Thanks
 
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Exchange 2007 - MAPI Provider preview

2008-02-06 Thread William Murray

  Hi Per,
Could you try to connect again, using a completely fresh
account? Your symptoms look so like mine that I just feel it must be the
same. 
   BTW I do all these tests in a special test account to ensure my
normal email survives.
 Bill


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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evolution 2.21.4 , Evolution-Data-Server 2.21.4 , GtkHTML3.17.4 and Evolution-Exchange 2.21.4 released

2007-12-18 Thread William Murray

Excellent...
   but compiling on Fedora 8 gives:
which: no gtkdoc-rebase in (/usr/bin:/bin)
  This seems to be to do with gnome version advancement, which is
what evolution is synced to, so I guess I am lost unless I upgrade more of 
gnome?
 
Thank you,
Bill
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Linker Problems on Fedora 7

2007-09-06 Thread William Murray
On Wed, 2007-09-05 at 19:52 -0400, Matthew Barnes wrote: 
 On Wed, 2007-09-05 at 23:50 +0200, William Murray wrote:
   Hm, well I don't THINK your fixes are helping me.
  I am using a 32 bit machine, so I ignore the 64 bit one, but the link
  order doesn't seem to help.
 
 In that case, maybe take the Red Hat SRPM apart.
 
 Let me know if I can help further.
 
 Matthew Barnes
 
Oops! I didn't recompile EDS, just evolution-exchange. The ONLY fix I
really needed was from the redhat RPMs:

if pkg-config openssl ; then
LIBS=-lsasl2 `pkg-config --libs openssl`
else
LIBS=-lsasl2 -lssl -lcrypto
fi
export LIBS

  Bill

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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evo 2.11.92 problems

2007-09-06 Thread William Murray

On Thu, 2007-09-06 at 20:55 +0530, Veerapuram Varadhan wrote: 
 On Thu, 2007-09-06 at 11:37 +0200, William Murray wrote:
  Hi guys,
 I finally got evo/exchange 'working', but there are problems. The
  evolution-exchange component starts to consume 50% of my CPU, and
  beageld takes another 50%. Somehow these two are interacting badly.
 What debug should I do?
 You can try the following:
 1) beagle-shutdown and see whether Exchange storage is taking all the
 CPUs.

Hmm, this turned out to be a complex interaction. Anyway, turning off
beagled helped. But...see below...

 2) Enable E2K_DEBUG to see whether Exchange Storage is doing any server
 communication.

The exchange server is trying to connect to our ldap server. As it
downloads all my email again (why? They were cached already!) it looks
up each address it finds, and then hangs for 1 minute until the ldap
times out. So it took an hour to open evolution. But I could see what it
was doing..
  I guess the download is what attracted beagled's attention.
If I re-start it now with a tunnel for the ldap it is really quite fast.
But without it is still several minutes before I give up...

 3) Try disabling GAL Caching, if enabled.
   How do I do this? 
 
 HTH,
 
 V. Varadhan
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Linker Problems on Fedora 7

2007-09-05 Thread William Murray

  problems, and am trying to adapt an answer I got then, by editing
 the
  configure files by hand to add ' -lssl -lcrypto  -lsasl2' to the
 compile
  test lines. That allows configure to work. 
But then in compiling evolution-exchange the same problem is hit
  again, and I am not sure where I can add such a 'fix' (hack) so
  configure does not overwrite it.
   Can anyone advise please?
 
 Hi Bill, I maintain Evolution on Fedora.
 
 Could you post the configure and/or compiler errors you're getting?  I
 wrestled with linker errors in this area recently and might be able to
 help.
 
 Matthew Barnes
 
 
  Thanks Matthew.
  Maybe I should be taking the redhat src rpm apart?

If I just download the release and configure/compile it then configure
it using  /usr/lib/evolution-openldap (and also I had to
add  /usr/include/nspr4) then it does not find  ldap_open or ntlm_bind. 
checking for ldap_open in -lldap... no
checking for ldap_ntlm_bind... no

The reason is that the compilation test command does not pull in various
libraries:

configure:28487: gcc -o conftest -g -O2   conftest.c -lldap
-L/usr/lib/evolution-openldap/lib /usr/lib/evolution-openldap/lib/liblber.a 
-lresolv -lnsl  5

If I add  -lssl -lcrypto  -lsasl2 to the end of the configure line
then configure is happy. But when I come to compile evolution-exchange I
hit the same problem again.
 Does that sound familiar?
 Thanks,
  Bill
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Linker Problems on Fedora 7

2007-09-05 Thread William Murray

Maybe I should be taking the redhat src rpm apart?
  
  If I just download the release and configure/compile it then configure
  it using  /usr/lib/evolution-openldap (and also I had to
  add  /usr/include/nspr4) then it does not find  ldap_open or ntlm_bind. 
  checking for ldap_open in -lldap... no
  checking for ldap_ntlm_bind... no
  
   Does that sound familiar?
 
 
 Yeah, sounds familiar.  Are you on a 64-bit architecture?
 
 I have to patch the tarballs in THREE places to get it to compile on
 64-bit arches.
 
 1) Apply this patch to evolution-data-server.  This is a very old patch
(as you can see below) and pre-dates my tenure, but I think the net
effect is similar to what you're doing by hand.
 
 --- evolution-1.4.4/configure.ldaphack  2003-08-05 02:06:26.0
 -0400
 +++ evolution-1.4.4/configure   2003-08-05 02:06:45.0 -0400
 @@ -12135,7 +12135,7 @@
echo $ECHO_N (cached) $ECHO_C 6
  else
ac_check_lib_save_LIBS=$LIBS
 -LIBS=-lldap $LDAP_LDFLAGS $LDAP_LIBS $LIBS
 +LIBS=-lldap -lresolv $LDAP_LDFLAGS $LDAP_LIBS $LIBS
  cat conftest.$ac_ext _ACEOF
  #line $LINENO configure
  /* confdefs.h.  */
 
 
 2) The EVO_LDAP_CHECK m4 macro that lives in acinclude.m4 is not
multilib-friendly, so we patch that to use /usr/lib64 when and where
appropriate.  Crack open the evolution-exchange SRPM and look for:
 
evolution-exchange-2.10.1-fix-64bit-acinclude.m4.patch
 
I apply a similar patch to evolution-data-server as well.
 
 
 3) There seems to be an LDAP linking order bug in Evolution-Exchange,
which I reported as http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=443022
along with a patch.  This one cropped up just recently, and appears
to only cause problems for Fedora (so far).
 
 Hope this helps.  Let me know how you fare.
 
 Matthew Barnes
 
  Hello Matthew,
 Hm, well I don't THINK your fixes are helping me.
I am using a 32 bit machine, so I ignore the 64 bit one, but the link
order doesn't seem to help.
  In the end I added -lsasl2 to the link statements in the Makefile 
of evolution-exchange by hand. That seemed to fix compilation. But when
I ran...
  (evolution:16094): e-utils-WARNING **: can't load plugin
'/opt/evo-2.11.92//lib/libexchange-storage-1.2.so.3: undefined symbol:
sasl_errstring'

   This feels a little like a 'static /non static linking issue I had
once before. Maybe...
 Bill
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evolution 2.11.92 , Evolution-Data-Server 1.11.92 , GtkHTML 3.15.92 and Evolution-Exchange 2.11.92 released

2007-09-04 Thread William Murray
   Hi Srinivasa,
   I do feel a failure that I am unable to compile evolution on
Fedora 7. I asked a year ago (FC5) about ldap_open / ntlm_bind linking
problems, and am trying to adapt an answer I got then, by editing the
configure files by hand to add ' -lssl -lcrypto  -lsasl2' to the compile
test lines. That allows configure to work. 
  But then in compiling evolution-exchange the same problem is hit
again, and I am not sure where I can add such a 'fix' (hack) so
configure does not overwrite it.
 Can anyone advise please?
   
Thanks,
   Bill



On Tue, 2007-09-04 at 18:23 +0530, Srinivasa Ragavan wrote:
 Hi All,
 
 The Evolution Team is pleased to announce the release of Evolution
 2.11.92
 
 You can download the following :
 
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/gtkhtml/3.15/gtkhtml-3.15.92.tar.bz2
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/evolution-data-server/1.11/evolution-data-server-1.11.92.tar.bz2
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/evolution/2.11/evolution-2.11.92.tar.bz2
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/evolution-exchange/2.11/evolution-exchange-2.11.92.tar.bz2
 
 Upgrade Notes :
 Evolution 2.11.x is the unstable series of 2.12 development.
 
 What is New ?
 =
 
 Evolution:
 ==
 
 Bug fixes:
   #201167: Complete implementation of Categories synching and lots of bug 
 fixes (Nathan Owens and Tom Billiet)
   #351672: Dragging imap message when another is copying locks X (Gavin 
 Scott)
   #377763: Do not scale under 1x1 pixel (Milan Crha)
   #378759: Fixed a crash when entering S/MIME password for signing email 
 (Milan Crha)
   #431459: Avoid reentrancy of prefer-plain plugin (Srinivasa Ragavan)
   #466051: When memo start date is set to 'None', do not store DTSTART 
 property. (Suman Manjunath)
   #469886: Update FSF address in header comments (Tobias Mueller) 
   #471791: Move away from g_assert to g_critical (Srinivasa Ragavan)
 
 Other Contributors:
   - Add mail/default/pl/Makefile to AC_OUTPUT (Matthew Barnes)
   - Add Evolution contributors names to credits page (Gilbert 
 Dartiguelongue)
 
 Updated Translations:
   Kjartan Maraas (nb)
   Ivar Smolin (et)
   Takeshi AIHANA (ja)
   Washington Lins (pt_BR)
   Jovan Naumovski (mk)
   Ankit Patel (gu)
   Tirumurthi Vasudevan (ta)
   Ilkka Tuohela (fi)
   GNOME PL Team (pl)
   Daniel Nylander (sv)
   Jorge Gonzalez (es)
   Theppitak Karoonboonyanan (th)
   Clytie Siddall (vi)
   Funda Wang (zh_CN)
   Duarte Loreto (pt)
 
 Evolution-data-server:
 =
 Bug Fixes:
   #271841: Fix AIX compile errors (Ross Burton)
   #290330: (Novell Bugzilla) Fetch FOLDER_CLASS and PERMANENT_URL 
 properties for public folders as well. (Varadhan)
   #298095: (Novell Bugzilla) Added a function to fetch the system folder 
 flag (Chenthill Palanisamy)
   #298788: (Novell Bugzilla) Fixes crash in 64 bit architectures. 
 (Chenthill Palanisamy)
   #301263: (Novell Bugzilla) Subscribed calendar requires restart 
 (Chenthill Palanisamy)
   #302038: (Novell Bugzilla) remove warnings and make them debug 
 statements (Sankar)
   #330185: Searching Evolution addressbooks only works for some fields 
 (Ross Burton)
   #378759: Fixed a crash when entering S/MIME password (Milan Crha)
   #470445: Fix FSF address (Tobias Mueller)
 
 Updated Translations:
   Kjartan Maraas (nb)
   Takeshi AIHANA (ja)
   Ivar Smolin (et)
   Ilkka Tuohela (fi)
   Ankit Patel (gu)
   Tirumurthi Vasudevan (ta)
   Wadim Dziedzic (pl)
   Jorge Gonzalez (es)
   Daniel Nylander (sv)
   Theppitak Karoonboonyanan (th)
   Clytie Siddall (vi)
   Duarte Loreto (pt)
   Stéphane Raimbault (fr)
 
 GtkHTML
 ===
 Bug Fixes:
   #470451: Update FSF address in header comments (Tobias Mueller)
 
 Updated Translations:
   Tirumurthi Vasudevan (ta)
   Funda Wang (zh_CN)
   Duarte Loreto (pt)
   Jovan Naumovski (mk)
 
 Evolution-Exchange:
 ===
 Bug Fixes:
   #301263: If the folder is not found, check if its present in the
foriegn hierarchy/directories (Chenthill Palanisamy)
   #467591, #464404: Fixed crash when adding / modifying contacts
(Srinivasa Ragavan)
 
 Updated Translations:
   Duarte Loreto (pt)
   Stéphane Raimbault (fr)
 
 Reporting Bugs
 
 If you have problems with 2.11.92, please take the time to submit the bug
 using Bug Buddy or at http://bugzilla.gnome.org.  Try to fill in as much
 detail as you can regarding the circumstances that lead to the problem.
 
 If you have a feature request, you can also file that at
 http://bugzilla.gnome.org/ don't be discouraged if you don't hear from
 us right away, we get hundreds of feature requests a year.
 
 You can also check if your bug has been reported before by using the
 search functionality of Bugzilla.
 
 More information is 

Re: [Evolution-hackers] [ANNOUNCE} Evolution 2.9.4 and Evolution-Data-Server 1.9.4 released (with GtkHTML 3.12.4 and Evolution-Exchange-2.9.4)

2006-12-19 Thread William Murray

On Tue, 2006-12-19 at 01:32 +0530, Veerapuram Varadhan wrote:
 Hi All,
 
 The Evolution Team is pleased to announce the release of Evolution 2.9.4
 
  But I still cannot build it. I have been using
   /opt/evo-openldap (The very old evo openldap rpm)
   /usr/lib/evo-openldap (Fedora use this for their builds, I think)
   /opt/openldap-2.3.30 (Recent from the source)

 The first fails with missing 'LDAP_CONTROL_PAGEDRESULTS', the others
have no ntlm support. Somehow I am doing this wrong.

 PKG_CONFIG_PATH=$dest/lib/pkgconfig/  ./configure
--prefix=--with-openldap=$LDAP --with-static-ldap

  Can anyone advise?
Thanks,
   Bill


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Re: [Evolution-hackers] [ANNOUNCE} Evolution 2.9.3 and Evolution-Data-Server 1.9.3 released (with GtkHTML 3.12.3 and Evolution-Exchange-2.9.3)

2006-12-05 Thread William Murray
   Hello Harish,
 I get problems with evolution-exchange. I have been using 
ldap from evo-openldap-2.1.23-1.ximian.9.1, but this does not include
LDAP_CONTROL_PAGEDRESULTS which is now required.

If I use the standard Fedora 6 ldap (openldap-2.3.27-4) I do not have
ntlm, so this is no use to me.

Where would you suggest a suitable ldap could be found?
 Thanks,
Bill




On Tue, 2006-12-05 at 00:25 +0530, Harish Krishnaswamy wrote:
 Hi All,
 
 The Evolution Team is pleased to announce the release of Evolution 2.9.3
 
 You can download the following :
 
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/gtkhtml/3.13/gtkhtml-3.13.3.tar.bz2
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/evolution-data-server/1.9/evolution-data-server-1.9.3.tar.bz2
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/evolution/2.9/evolution-2.9.3.tar.bz2
 http://ftp.acc.umu.se/pub/gnome/sources/evolution-exchange/2.9/evolution-exchange-2.9.3.tar.bz2
 
 Upgrade Notes :
 Evolution 2.9.x is the unstable series of 2.10 development.
 
 
 What is New ?
 =
 
 Evolution :
 Updated Translations:
 Ivar Smolin (et), Jakub Friedl (cs),
 Karsten Bräckelmann (nb), Francisco Javier F. Serrador (es),
 Christophe Merlet (fr)
 
 Contributors :
 Francisco Javier F. Serrador (gnome-doc-tools integration, 358249)
 Harish Krishnaswamy (evolution.desktop install fixes, GW proxy pruning,
 memory leak fixes, 381642 (b.g.0), bug #208959 at bugzilla.novell.com)
 Nickolay V. Shmyrev (support for commandline uri in tasks),
 Daniel Gryniewicz (349966), Srinivasa Ragavan (Fix DoS by large emails)
 Sankar, Chris Halls (372528), Wang Xin (380064), Carlos Garcia (367183),
 Chenthill (208318 - b.n.c), Parthasarathi Susarla (348679).
 Matthew Barnes (357970).
 
 Evolution-Data-Server:
 
 Updated Translations:
 Alexander Shopov (bg), Josep Puigdemont i Casamajó (ca),
 Ivar Smolin (et).
 
 Bug fixes : 330157, 350880, 328836, 348123, 365000, 353924. 
 174655, 222605, 219729, 208318, 207960. (bugzilla.novell.com)
 plus miscellaneous code clean-ups and memory leak fixes.
 
 Contributors :
 Harish Krishnaswamy, Sankar, Srinivasa Ragavan, Chenthill, 
 Claudio Saavedra, Ross Burton, Matthew Barnes, Andrew Ruthven.
 
 GtkHTML:
 
 Updated Translations : Ivar Smolin (et)
 Bug Fixes : Srinivasa Ragavan (#350981)
 
 Evolution-Exchange:
 
 Updated Translations:
 
 Vladimer Sichinava (ka), Ivar Smolin (et),
 Rahul Bhalerao (mr), David Lodge (en_GB),
 Djihed Afifi (ar), Baris Cicek (tr),
 Woodman Tuen (zh_HK), Åsmund Skjæveland (nn)
 
 Reporting Bugs
 
 If you have problems with 2.9.3, please take the time to submit the bug
 using Bug Buddy or at http://bugzilla.gnome.org.  Try to fill in as
 much detail as you can regarding the circumstances that lead to the
 problem.
 
 If you have a feature request, you can also file that at
 http://bugzilla.gnome.org/ don't be discouraged if you don't hear from
 us right away, we get hundreds of feature requests a year.
 
 You can also check if your bug has been reported before by using the
 search functionality of Bugzilla.
 
 More information is available at the project website
 http://www.gnome.org/projects/evolution
 and the project wiki :
 http://go-evolution.org/
 
 Thanks,
 Harish
 
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