Re: [Evolution-hackers] "Clean" installing 1.5.x?

On Thu, 2004-03-25 at 10:58 -0500, Rodney Dawes wrote:

> This actually belongs on the "evolution" list, not "evolution-hackers".
> Anyway, no, deleting /apps/evolution from gconf is not safe if you use
> 1.4.x.
> What you can do, is run evolution-1.5 --force-migrate. However, be VERY
> WARNED, that this will remove the ~/.evolution directory (the 1.5
> directory), as well as reset some gconf keys that only affect 1.5, and
> then re-migrate from 1.4.
> </use risk="own">

FWIW this doesn't seme to work too well for me.

Force migrade WONT remove ~/.evolution thankfully ... (or should hope it

The most reliable way:

 evolution-1.5 --force-shutdown
 rm -rf ~/.evolution yourself
 gconftool-2 --set --type string /apps/evolution/version --value 1.4.0

> -- dobey
> On Enj , 2004-03-25 at 15:45 +0100, NM Lists wrote:
> > Hello, hope this is not a FAQ, but is there a way to "clean" the 1.5.x
> > install and force an import? It doesn't seem to work for me, and
> > specifically, the AddressBook never works. I understand this is a
> > development version, but in my case it looks like a configuration
> > problem.
> > 
> > Can I safely delete apps/evolution in gconf-editor for example?

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