SV: [Evolution] Appointments missing from Calender view

Title: [Evolution] Appointments missing from Calender view
Mandrake has alot newer RPM's then that (at least I'm using 2.0.3 from mdk).
Try the RPM search at the Mandrake Club and add the urpmi source then just "urpmi evolution" and all dependencies should be solved.

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Skickat: to 2005-04-14 15:21
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Ämne: [Evolution] Appointments missing from Calender view

Hi Andre
 Thanks very much for that, I did try to install the latest version,
but after 3 hours of chasing round trying to install the other
associated requirment I gave up I don;t have time at the moment.
The bug report you sent me had sufficent detail to allow me to fix the
problem when it happens which will do me till mandrake rpms catch up.
Thanks again, very helpful


On 4/13/05, Andre Klapper <ak-47 gmx net> wrote:
> hi padraic,
> Am Dienstag, den 12.04.2005, 21:54 +0100 schrieb Padraic Mac Aodha:
> > Hi All
> > I am having a problem with calender. I works fine for a while, then
> > one day I will log in and any new appointments I add will not show up
> > on the calender view.
> > They are recorded in the evolution/local/calender/calender.ics file
> > and will show up in the appointment section of the summery page.
> this should be bug 255908:
> > I am running evolution 1.4.6; Mandrake 10 and KDE 3.2
> i'd really suggest updating to something more current - evolution 2.2.2
> is just out. :-)
> cheers,
> andre
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