[Pkg-owncloud-maintainers] Owncloud Client on kFreeBSD

Jan Henke Jan.Henke at taujhe.de
Thu Aug 21 12:06:46 UTC 2014

Am 21.08.2014 um 13:47 schrieb Sandro Knauß:
> Hey,
> thanks a lot, that you started to look into the kFeeeBSD support for owncloud.
> Actually it would be nice to know if the cmd line client works like expected 
> is also a usefull information. What would be great to know is:
> * Does it upload/download missing files ?
> * If you change a file at the server/client does it sync if you run it 
> afterwards ?
> * Does it uses ssl certs ...
> But the most isssue we are unsure is if the desktop client gets all relevant 
> changes from inotify, when a file is changed by editing/createing/deleting. 
> But these are "only" issues, that are relevat for the desktop client that 
> monitors changes. See the tests we had to deactivate:
>  http://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-owncloud/owncloud-client.git/tree/debian/patches/0003-skip_tests_freebsd.patch
> Btw. thanks for the information, that the cmd version only syncs one time and 
> do not monitors changes.
> If you create any "test script" to test - I'm very pleased to put it to 
> autotests - I had no time so far to create one...
> Regads
> sandro
> PS: do i need to add your address to recipient, or have you substribed this 
> list?
> --
>> last week I said I would look into the kFreeBSD + Owncloud client story.
>> Sadly I currently only have a machine without X server running, so I am
>> restricted to command line applications. I was kindly pointed to the
>> owncloud-client-cmd application, but the man page says it is not
>> monitoring for changes, but just runs once.
>> So I was wondering: Are there specific test cases for the issues/worries
>> on kFreeBSD to exactly pin point potential sources of problems in the
>> current source code related to the non-Linux kernel. And proably even
>> more important can that be tested in headless mode? It does seem that
>> kFreeBSD is more popular for server installation than desktop ones, but
>> I have no hard facts to support that.

Hi Sandro,

thanks for the reply, I will see if I can do something with that
information. The information about the cmd comes from it's man page, I
have not verified that yet.

And I am on the list. :)

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