Akonadi dependencies missing

Matthias Klumpp matthias at tenstral.net
Thu Jan 23 20:13:02 EST 2014


Hi!
We default to sqlite in Tanglu by default - so far, I didn't notice
issues, but if someone does, please drop a note!

 --- Matthias

2014/1/23 eddi1983 at gmx.net <eddi1983 at gmx.net>:
> Yes. You're right. I've used an old profile.
> Sorry.
>
> Am Donnerstag, 23. Januar 2014, 22:42:35 schrieb Jon Severinsson:
>> Did you use an old profile (~/.config/akonadi/ and ~/.local/share/akonadi)?
>>
>> With a clean profile, akonadi should default to use the sqlite backend, and
>> a fresh install should pull akonadi-backend-sqlite (at least it did for me
>> last week). However, if akonadi is already configured to use mysql, it will
>> honour that setting and fail to start if akonadi-backend-mysql is
>> missing...
>>
>> Regards
>> Jon Severinsson
>>
>> At Thursday 23 January 2014 22:36:04 eddi1983 at gmx.net wrote:
>> > Hallo.
>> > After a fresh installation akonadi could not start a mysql-server.
>> > I had to install akonadi-backend-mysql and mysql-server-core on my own to
>> > get akonadi working.
>> >
>> > Greetings
>> >
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