Re: [Evolution] Calendar and Contact problems
- From: Ujwal Sathyam <ujwal netbrowser com>
- To: Michael Leone <turgon mike-leone com>
- Cc: evolution ximian com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Calendar and Contact problems
- Date: Sat, 19 May 2001 10:56:33 -0700
On 19 May 2001 08:40:34 -0400, Christopher James Lahey wrote:
This depends on your OS and version. If you have
evolution-0.10-ximian.1 on Red Hat 6 or 7, you should upgrade to
0.10-ximian.2 if it's available. (I've made packages, but I'm not sure
if they're available yet. (I'm not using RH.))
It's not, yet. Nor are new snapshots available, yet.
Other than this, you should be fine to upgrade. I in fact discovered a
simpler way than has been described before. Try this:
cp addressbook.db addressbook.db.backup
db_upgrade is provided (according to rpmfind.net) by the db3-utils
package. When I try to install that package, it tells me that it
conflicts with files from glibc (I have glibc 2.1.3-16. the default that
comes with Mandrake 7.2). I haven't upgraded glibc, because I'm leery of
touching anything so immensely vital to ... well, everything :-).
Do I really need to upgrade glibc, which every program needs, in order
to see my contacts?
How about downloading and compiling the source for db3-utils? I have
found that in many cases, some newer RPM packages demand glibc2.2,
but the source compiles against glibc2.1 just fine. Of course, your
rpm database gets out of whack then.
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