Re: [Evolution] contacts are not back - ev .10 - ximian 2

2001-05-24 Thread Christopher James Lahey
On 23 May 2001 17:42:39 -0400, Fernando Pereira wrote: It works for RH 6.2, maybe it's a packaging problem with RH 7.1. What's suspicious here is that your file output is quite different from what I get $ file addressbook.db addressbook.db: Berkeley DB 2.X Hash/Little Endian (Version 5,

Re: [Evolution] contacts are not back - ev .10 - ximian 2

2001-05-24 Thread Rupert Heesom
On 24 May 2001 08:21:21 -0400, Fernando Pereira wrote: On 24 May 2001 07:01:11 -0400, Christopher James Lahey wrote: On 23 May 2001 17:42:39 -0400, Fernando Pereira wrote: After some investigation, I think I agree. There's a whole mess of db versions and symbolic links to db versions in

Re: [Evolution] contacts are not back - ev .10 - ximian 2

2001-05-24 Thread Christopher James Lahey
On 23 May 2001 16:27:10 -0500, John Sundberg wrote: Redhat 7.1 evolution .10 - 2 (from Redcarpet today) [jdsundberg@bear Contacts]$ file addressbook.db addressbook.db: Berkeley DB (Hash, version 5, native byte-order) [jdsundberg@bear Contacts]$ db_dump185 addressbook.db db_dump185:

Re: [Evolution] contacts are not back - ev .10 - ximian 2

2001-05-24 Thread Christopher James Lahey
On 23 May 2001 22:01:20 -0400, Rupert Heesom wrote: Hi! I've just upgraded my Evo to evolution-0.10-ximian.2 hoping to get my addressbook back, but still no addressbook. What distro are you on? Thanks, Chris ___ evolution maillist -

Re: [Evolution] contacts are not back - ev .10 - ximian 2

2001-05-23 Thread Fernando Pereira
It works for RH 6.2, maybe it's a packaging problem with RH 7.1. What's suspicious here is that your file output is quite different from what I get $ file addressbook.db addressbook.db: Berkeley DB 2.X Hash/Little Endian (Version 5, Logical sequence number: file - 0, offset - 0, Bucket Size

Re: [Evolution] contacts are not back - ev .10 - ximian 2

2001-05-23 Thread Rupert Heesom
Hi! I've just upgraded my Evo to evolution-0.10-ximian.2 hoping to get my addressbook back, but still no addressbook. My file addressbook.db looks similar to yours - [rupert@localhost Contacts]$ file addressbook.db addressbook.db: Berkeley DB 2.X Hash/Little Endian (Version 5, Logical sequence