[kdepim-users] distributed calendar question
Cassiano Ricardo Schwingel
musinet at terra.com.br
Tue Apr 20 15:42:33 BST 2010
You can store your calendar on an FTP server. Use the standard file dialog to
save the calendar to a URL like ftp://username@ftpserver/filename. You can make
your calendar active and load and save it as if it were local, or add it
permanently to your resources list, using the remote file resource. Just make
sure that no two KOrganizer applications are working on the same file, at the
On Tuesday 20 April 2010 10:39:26 Thomas Olsen wrote:
> On Tuesday 20 April 2010 14:01:56 Andreas Davour wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have just realized that I need to be able to see my calendar from my
> > Kontact at work, from my machine at home.
> > I tried to google about the subject but realize I understand far too
> > little about the vocabulary of the calendaring business.
> > So, anyone care to tell me of their experiences or point me to webpages
> > about it?
> > This is how I have it set up
> > A (laptop at home) ----------- INTERNET --------- B (workstation at work)
> > Both run Kubuntu and Kontact, and I want to read and update the calendar
> > on both sites and have them sync up. Read-only access at A is acceptable,
> > but rw preferred.
> > Anyone?
> > /andreas
> The easiest - IMHO - is to setup a dropbox account http://www.dropbox.com/
> and place your calendar somewhere in ~/Dropbox/
> I have my address book like that, but currently I sync my calendar with
> Google using GCalDaemon http://gcaldaemon.sourceforge.net/ .
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