CalDAV / CardDAV issues
johan at hattne.se
Thu Mar 10 13:59:19 EST 2016
Could this possibly be related to
> On Mar 10, 2016, at 13:27, Vincent DEFERT via Info-cyrus <info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:
> Thanks Ken.
> It appears that changing the CardDAV URL in Evolution is not sufficient, I had to delete the address book and recreate it to correctly use 'addressbooks'.
> However, I now get the following error :
> Mar 10 19:19:39 gaia cyrus/https: inittls: Loading hard-coded DH parameters
> Mar 10 19:19:39 gaia cyrus/https: TLS server engine: No client CA certs specified. Client side certs may not work
> Mar 10 19:19:39 gaia cyrus/https: starttls: TLSv1.2 with cipher ECDHE-RSA-AES128-SHA (128/128 bits new) no authentication
> Mar 10 19:19:39 gaia kernel: [ 5386.500744] traps: httpd trap divide error ip:7f6b6fc95fea sp:7ffc22765570 error:0 in libdigestmd5.so.2.0.25[7f6b6fc92000+d000]
> Mar 10 19:19:39 gaia cyrus/master: process type:SERVICE name:https path:/usr/lib/cyrus/bin/httpd age:0.172s pid:4391 signaled to death by signal 8 (Floating point exception, core dumped)
> Ouch... Any idea ?
> On jeu, 2016-03-10 at 11:48 -0500, Ken Murchison wrote:
>> The client should be doing the PUT on /dav/addressbooks/...
>> On 03/10/2016 11:01 AM, Vincent DEFERT via Info-cyrus wrote:
>>> I've been struggling for several days to install cyrus-imapd 188.8.131.52 on Ubuntu 15.10.
>>> The IMAP part works quite well, but I cannot get CardDAV to work.
>>> I use Evolution and Thunderbird for my tests.
>>> I first ran into the PROPFIND bug, for which I found a patch on the Debian website, but Cyrus refuses to create a contact, failing with the following message in syslog :
>>> Mar 10 16:32:51 gaia cyrus/https: hp250g2 [192.168.1.100] with "Evolution/3.16.5"; "PUT /dav/addresses/user/vincent at defert.org/Default/600D3CC7-3955A1B6-3B63ECBC.vcf HTTP/1.1" => "405 Method Not Allowed" (error=The requested method is not allowed for the URL.)
>>> I tried and add traces in the code to see where it fails, but I can't see any of my messages in syslog.
>>> Has anyone already come across this issue ?
>>> At this point, any hint would be greatly appreciated...
>>> Thanks in advance
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