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{{i18n|Carddavmate}}
  
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[http://www.inf-it.com/ Carddavmate] is a carddav client that runs in a web browser using javascript. It is useful when you have a carddav server and want to access the contacts on this server with only a web browser.
  
= Introduction =
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This guide shows you how to install carddavmate to use with davical
 
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Carddavmate is a carddav client that runs in a web browser using javascript. It is useful when you have a carddav server and want to access the contacts on this server with only a web browser.
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= Main discussion =
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The easiest way to install is using yaourt. After that, config.js needs to be configured, as well as httpd-carddavmate.conf. Then, httpd-carddavmate.conf needs to be included in the apache config, and apache needs to be restarted.
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== Installation ==
 
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$ yaourt carddavmate
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Install {{AUR|carddavmate}} from the [[AUR]]. After that, config.js needs to be configured, as well as httpd-carddavmate.conf. Then, httpd-carddavmate.conf needs to be included in the apache config, and apache needs to be restarted.
  
 
== Configuration ==
 
== Configuration ==
 
 
  
 
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== Conclusion ==
  
 
Conclusion (title may vary depending on the template) is the part of an article that gives directions for further investigation, reading, testing, etc. It may also give some auxiliary info not strictly on-topic. In my example of XYZ modem installation, this part of the article may contain some general info on XYZ modems, like manufacturer website, XYZ modem users forum, a thread in the Arch forums discussing the device, XYZ modem technical data, etc.
 
Conclusion (title may vary depending on the template) is the part of an article that gives directions for further investigation, reading, testing, etc. It may also give some auxiliary info not strictly on-topic. In my example of XYZ modem installation, this part of the article may contain some general info on XYZ modems, like manufacturer website, XYZ modem users forum, a thread in the Arch forums discussing the device, XYZ modem technical data, etc.

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Carddavmate is a carddav client that runs in a web browser using javascript. It is useful when you have a carddav server and want to access the contacts on this server with only a web browser.

This guide shows you how to install carddavmate to use with davical

Installation

Install carddavmateAUR from the AUR. After that, config.js needs to be configured, as well as httpd-carddavmate.conf. Then, httpd-carddavmate.conf needs to be included in the apache config, and apache needs to be restarted.

Configuration

Italics

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On ArchWiki, italics should be used to present:

  • Something that someone said.
  • A quotation from an article (possibly followed by a link)
  • Screen output
  • Keyboard input

Example of italics: This text is in italics

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On ArchWiki, bold text should be used to present:

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Do not apply bold to entire paragraphs.

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Here are some examples:

Error code 103
Hit any key to continue...

(If you want a single line screen output, you may do it like this: Error code 103 Of course, if you still want the screen output to stand out, you may use the code box for added emphasis).


In order to execute pacman system update you need to type in:

pacman -Syu

(Same applies to keyboard input example as the example above. If you have a single line command, you may use italics and write it inside a paragraph like this: pacman -Syu unless, of course, you think added emphasis is in order.)

NOTE: To avoid confusion, it is usually advisable to separate screen output from the commands that caused them.

For example:

Type in:

modprobe fglrx

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error inserting module fglrx.ko

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Pacman is used for:

  1. installing packages
  2. removing packages
  3. updating the local package database
  4. keeping the system up-to-date

The list above is wrong. It should have been a bulleted list, like this:

Pacman is used for:

  • installing packages
  • removing packages
  • updating the local package database
  • keeping the system up-to-date

Next example is an ordered list:

To update your system:

  1. remove packages you do not need so they won't get downloaded and updated
  2. update the system by issuing pacman -Syu command
  3. (in some cases) reboot your system for some changes to take place

Ordered lists are sometimes also used when you have a whole bunch of items and you need to show exactly how many items are present in the list:

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  2. Method B
  3. Method C
  4. Method D

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Conclusion

Conclusion (title may vary depending on the template) is the part of an article that gives directions for further investigation, reading, testing, etc. It may also give some auxiliary info not strictly on-topic. In my example of XYZ modem installation, this part of the article may contain some general info on XYZ modems, like manufacturer website, XYZ modem users forum, a thread in the Arch forums discussing the device, XYZ modem technical data, etc.