Re: [Evolution] Synchronization problem ..?

On 24 Apr 2001 11:23:02 +0200, DE VITO Eric wrote:
OK. In fact I got into 2 problems I posted here : 
1) synchronization problem
2) printing crashes evo

In fact I had a debian testing/unstable on which I installed ximian woody 
files. So I decided to remove all ximian deb files, install all available 
debian deb files, and compile from scratch those not available from debian 
(even in unstable) that is : gtkhtml9 and ... evolution :-) .
My god, 3 hours compile time on a duron 650 for evo ! But it compiled cleanly 
and now it wokrs like a charm :-) ... printing works and I can read mboxes 
without synch problem ! Thank you guys for this good piece of work.

3 hrs must be an exaggeration or else the duron chips suck? The
evolution developers have p3 500's and it builds for us in like 45
minutes to an hour.

btw, I'm glad it's working for ya ;-)


PS : So if anyone is interested in gtkhtml9 + evolution(0.10)  deb files 
compiled on a debian testing/unstable system I keep them available for you. 
Just ask me.

Le Mardi 24 Avril 2001 01:55, vous avez écrit :
Umm, try removing the mbox.ev-summary file from the offending folder,
and restarting evolution.

If that doesn't help, i'm not sure, have to do some debugging to chase
it up.

On 23 Apr 2001 09:20:36 +0200, DE VITO Eric wrote:
I began to use evolution since some days. It worked nice until I get
suddenly in an annoying problem : when I launch evo (0.10cvs)
addressbook/calendar work ok, but as soon as I try to click on a message
to read it, evo freezes : a bar at the bttom of the window goes from
right to left to right as if it was searching for something (what ?), and
sometimes ( not always) I get an error message about synchronization
problem with a folder, and sometimes it crashes ...
Since that problem I cannot use evo :-( . What can I do  ? (I already
tried to launch evo from scratch by moving evolution folder to
evolution.old but the problem  remains ...

evolution maillist  -  evolution helixcode com

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