Solaris 2.6 or newer.
(Solaris 2.6 includes "CDEVersion1.2":sparc:26Jun97-20:13:32)
Solaris 2.5 or 2.5.1 AND a CDE upgrade to "CDEVersion1.1":sparc:12Jun97-01:50:01
These don't work:
Solaris 2.5.1 ships with
"CDEVersion1.1":sparc:05Mar97-23:46:12 -- WON'T WORK
Solaris 2.5 ships with "CDEVersion1.0.2":sparc:12Apr96-10:37:44 -- WON'T WORK
prompt# /usr/ccs/bin/mcs -p /usr/dt/lib/libcsa.so
user@host is in an obsolete data format It must be updated to the CDE format before SyncCM can interface with it.
prompt# su (Change to root) prompt# cd /var/spool/calendar prompt# cp callog.username callog.username.backup prompt# /usr/dt/bin/sdtcm_convert -v 4 usernameNote that this only works if your calendar is located on your own machine. If your calendar is located on another server you will need to request that the administrator of that machine do the upgrade (unless you have root access to that machine).
Error: Csa logon failed: X-DT SERVICE NOT REGISTERED
SyncCM cannot interface with your calendar server Please upgrade to the CDE calendar server
Error Csa add_entry failed: X-DT BACKING STORE PROBLEM ... while adding ... Unable to create '...' in Desktop calendar
Error Undefined subroutine &SyncCM::cm::setup called at .../SyncCM.pm line 864
P.S. All this is easy enough to verify without harming your calendar, BTW.
Just create a new, bogus repeating app't on your Pilot, then edit it a few
instances out. (Change something obvious, like the alarm notification time
+ 10.) Then go back and compare what you find is now the app't definition
before and after that change date on the calendar. (Don't forget to delete
all the split-up bogus app'ts before you resync!)
Also note that "Delete" does delete "All" as do some other actions that redefine the entire series, and that once split, they are truly two distinct appt's and that even "Delete" won't delete both app'ts created from such a split.