[Freedombox-discuss] radicale rights

permondes - sagen sagen at permondes.de
Tue Dec 13 18:25:23 UTC 2016

Am Dienstag, den 13.12.2016, 12:28 -0500 schrieb James Valleroy:

> On 12/12/2016 04:09 PM, permondes - sagen wrote:
> > I just let radicale get updated, which was held back since 6-Dec. Now I
> > cannot access the calender file any more, but it is still existing.
> > I checked the "config" file and found it is mostly just comments. These
> > parameters are not set any more:
> >> [server]
> >> hosts= ...
> >> base_prefix=
> >> [well-known]
> >> caldav=
> >> carddav=
> >> [auth]
> >> type=remote-user
> > I checkmarked in Plinth the "owner only" and it is correctly set.
> > Before re-setting the old parameters, did anything change in the
> > handling of access rights in radicale?
> Was there a conffile prompt during the upgrade? It looks like the issue
> is that the file that Plinth modifies is a conffile owned by radicale
> package. So if there are updates to the packaged file, you get a prompt
> asking which one to keep. If you pick "no", then you will keep your
> current settings, but might miss important updates (maybe not in this
> particular case, but in general).
> I opened a bug report
> (https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=848064) to suggest a
> fix for this issue.
> For now, as a workaround, you could pick "yes" to get the upgraded file,
> then run this command to re-configure with our default settings:
> $ sudo /usr/share/plinth/actions/radicale setup
> --
> James

Thanks James, I did this work around and it works.
Yes, there was a conffile prompt, but I thought it was because I had
modified the file allow some users access to some of my caldendars (type
= from_file).
I took a note on this work around until your patch is integrated.


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