Gnome Evolution and the Sun Java System Calendar Server

One of my machines at home is a amd64 triple head running gentoo.   I use gnome, and consequently, the gnome evolution mail/calendar/todo client.   Through work I use the Sun Java System Calendar Server which can be connected to evolution via the JESCS connector.

I recently rebuilt my system and thought I'd post up how easy it is to install this component (it doesn't install by default).
  1. Download the appropriate source from ftp.gnome.org.
  2. Unpackage the source tarball.
  3. Run ./configure in the unpackaged directory.
  4. Run make install
  5. Copy the file GNOME_Evolution_SunOne_Storage.server from the ./storage directory in the make tree to the bonobo server files directoy.  In my case the bonobo server files can be found in /usr/lib/bonobo/servers, ymmv :)
  6. shut down evolution and kill ALL evolution processes (pkill evo)
  7. Restart evolution and configure as per the JESCS page above.


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