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Sync calendars and address books between Macs
Authored by: ClassicalDude on May 16, '10 09:13:57PM

When I wrote HOME/Library I meant that HOME is your home folder, meaning your username.

As for the errors - it seems that the first time you tried to connect to the server it was still not up and running, and the second time you tried to activate it it was already up...

When a connection is refused, it means that either the service you are trying to reach is not running, or that you did not specify the right port in iCal.

When you try to run the server manually, use the command:
./run -d

The -d switch sends it to the background.

Edited on May 16, '10 09:15:29PM by ClassicalDude

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Sync calendars and address books between Macs
Authored by: yanro on May 17, '10 11:56:31AM

now it functions all right!

in the downloaded file I had to change the path from home/CalendarServer/run to home/calendar/CalendarServer.

Maybe you want to correct this...

elsewhise everything is smoothly running. marvelous! I had been looking for such a feature for weeks!

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