Difference between revisions of "AgenDAV"

From ArchWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Add Category. See Help:Category.)
m (add ja link)
 
(2 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
[[Category:Internet Applications]]
+
[[Category:Internet applications]]
 +
[[ja:AgenDAV]]
 +
{{Related articles start}}
 +
{{Related|DAViCal}}
 +
{{Related|Kcaldav}}
 +
{{Related|Radicale}}
 +
{{Related articles end}}
 +
 
 
From [http://agendav.org/]: "AgenDAV is an open source multilanguage CalDAV web client which features a rich AJAX interface with shared calendars support".
 
From [http://agendav.org/]: "AgenDAV is an open source multilanguage CalDAV web client which features a rich AJAX interface with shared calendars support".
  

Latest revision as of 14:24, 30 November 2016

Related articles

From [1]: "AgenDAV is an open source multilanguage CalDAV web client which features a rich AJAX interface with shared calendars support".

Installation

Install the AgenDAV package agendavAUR (AUR).

Database

You must provide a SQL database to AgenDAV. Here is a PostgreSQL example.

Install PostgreSQL according to the article. Create a agendav user and database:

# createuser agendav
# createdb -O agendav agendav

Configuration

When the database is setup, you must manually populate it:

# psql -U agendav agendav < /usr/share/webapps/agendav/sql/pgsql.schema.sql
# bash /usr/share/webapps/agendav/bin/agendavcli dbupdate

Make sure you enable the pgsql.so (or whatever database you used) and iconv.so extension in php.ini.

Edit the configuration files /etc/webapps/agendav/{config,caldav,database}.php to your liking.

Serve the app via apache /etc/webapps/agendav/apache.example.conf, nginx/php-fpm /etc/webapps/agendav/nginx.example.conf or some other webserver.