twinprism at athena.physics.isu.edu
Wed May 3 19:28:22 UTC 2006
Les Mikesell wrote:
>>I have no choice for desktop. They want iCal, nothing else.
>I thought it just used webdav to publish the file - the server
>shouldn't need to know about the contents, although this looks
>like it might do both:
I have set this up before on an Linux apache server with webdav enabled
and ran into the following problems..
Data corruption/data loss when access with multiple clients at the same
time. The calendars get corrupted. (but this may be related to using
beta mozilla calendar/sunbird clients on windows and Linux in addition
to iCal on Mac.)
iCal didn't support SSL, (i think think that has been remedied in a
recent upgrade, but I'm not sure)
Phpicalendar is good or showing a web view, but watch it for frequent
Don't let this discourage you, it worked, I just wasn't patient enough
to work all the bugs out. It may work great if you are only using iCal,
and don't need SSL. If you are looking for a shared calendar system,
test carefully or take frequent backups.
Hope this helps,
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