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DAViCal is generally available for download from:
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The latest DAViCal release is generally available for download from:
  http://debian.mcmillan.net.nz/packages/davical/
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  https://www.davical.org/downloads/
  
Andrew's Web Libraries, which DAViCal depends on, is similarly available from:
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Andrew's Web Libraries, which DAViCal depends on, is available from the same location.
http://debian.mcmillan.net.nz/packages/awl/
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See [[Developer Setup]] for cloning and running from git repositories.
  
 
== Pre-built Distribution Files ==
 
== Pre-built Distribution Files ==
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=== Debian / Ubuntu ===
 
=== Debian / Ubuntu ===
  
==== Debian Sid ====
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==== Debian ====
  
The latest versions of AWL and DAViCal are in Debian Sid and can be installed directly with apt-get.
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Jessie has AWL 0.55 and DAViCal 1.1.3.1, while Stretch has AWL 0.57 and DAViCal 1.1.5. Packages can be installed directly with apt-get. You may want to consider the backports repository for newer versions and bugfixes.
  
==== Ubuntu Development ====
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==== Raspberry Pi2 Raspbian ====
  
The latest versions of DAViCal have very likely been synced from Debian and are present already.
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You can find a very detailed how-to here: [[Raspberry_Pi2_Raspbian]].
  
==== Older Ubuntu & Debian releases ====
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==== Ubuntu ====
  
While older DAViCal packages are present in several releases of Ubuntu, you may want to consider installing a more recent version by adding Andrew's repository to your APT sources:
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DAViCal and AWL have been synced from Debian and are present already.
  
deb <nowiki>http://debian.mcmillan.net.nz/debian</nowiki> lenny awm
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==== Older / Other DEB-based releases ====
  
These packages will work with any version of Debian, Ubuntu or other debian-based release, on any architecture, as long as versions of PostgreSQL (8.1 or later, 8.4 or 9.0 preferred) & PHP5 (5.1 or later, 5.3 preferred) are used.
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While older DAViCal packages are present in several releases of Ubuntu and Debian, you may want to consider installing the most recent version to benefit from bug and compatibility fixes. For this purpose, we maintain a '''davical-current''' repository, which can be added to your sources.list through a three-step process described at '''https://people.debian.org/~fsfs/davical-current/setup.sh'''
  
 
=== Gentoo ===
 
=== Gentoo ===
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=== Red Hat and other RPM-based releases ===
 
=== Red Hat and other RPM-based releases ===
  
Packages may be easily built using 'alien' to convert the Debian packages to RPMs and these are available at:
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It is possible that DAViCal will appear in the Fedora repository at some point. In the meantime, it is probably best to install from the sources.
* DAViCal is available for download from http://debian.mcmillan.net.nz/packages/davical/
 
* Andrew's Web Libraries, which DAViCal depends on, are available from http://debian.mcmillan.net.nz/packages/awl/
 
 
 
It is possible that DAViCal will appear in the Fedora repository shortly, with more carefully constructed packages.
 
  
 
=== FreeBSD ===
 
=== FreeBSD ===
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=== Tar archives ===
 
=== Tar archives ===
DAViCal is not a compiled package, so there is generally very little to be gained from installing from source, however you can do this by downloading the relevant .tar.gz files (both DAViCal and AWL) from the above location.
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DAViCal is not a compiled package, so there is generally very little to be gained from installing from source, however you can do this by downloading the relevant .tar.xz files (both DAViCal and AWL) from the above location.
  
 
=== Installing from Git ===
 
=== Installing from Git ===
  
If you really do want to install from source you are best advised to clone from the DAViCal git repository at GitHub (and the AWL repository which is on repo.or.cz) as follows:
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If you want to follow the cutting edge and help develop and test DAViCal, you can clone from the above mentioned gitlab repositories as follows:
  git clone git://repo.or.cz/davical.git
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  git clone https://gitlab.com/davical-project/awl.git
  git clone git://repo.or.cz/awl.git
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  git clone https://gitlab.com/davical-project/davical.git
  
For more information have a read of [[Developer Setup]] and [[Helping with DAViCal]].
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For more information read [[Developer Setup]] and [[Helping with DAViCal]].

Latest revision as of 16:38, 15 January 2018

The latest DAViCal release is generally available for download from:

https://www.davical.org/downloads/

Andrew's Web Libraries, which DAViCal depends on, is available from the same location.

See Developer Setup for cloning and running from git repositories.

Pre-built Distribution Files

Debian / Ubuntu

Debian

Jessie has AWL 0.55 and DAViCal 1.1.3.1, while Stretch has AWL 0.57 and DAViCal 1.1.5. Packages can be installed directly with apt-get. You may want to consider the backports repository for newer versions and bugfixes.

Raspberry Pi2 Raspbian

You can find a very detailed how-to here: Raspberry_Pi2_Raspbian.

Ubuntu

DAViCal and AWL have been synced from Debian and are present already.

Older / Other DEB-based releases

While older DAViCal packages are present in several releases of Ubuntu and Debian, you may want to consider installing the most recent version to benefit from bug and compatibility fixes. For this purpose, we maintain a davical-current repository, which can be added to your sources.list through a three-step process described at https://people.debian.org/~fsfs/davical-current/setup.sh

Gentoo

An ebuild should be available within the 'sunrise' overlay.

Red Hat and other RPM-based releases

It is possible that DAViCal will appear in the Fedora repository at some point. In the meantime, it is probably best to install from the sources.

FreeBSD

There are ports of DAViCal which are updated from time to time.

Installing from Source

Tar archives

DAViCal is not a compiled package, so there is generally very little to be gained from installing from source, however you can do this by downloading the relevant .tar.xz files (both DAViCal and AWL) from the above location.

Installing from Git

If you want to follow the cutting edge and help develop and test DAViCal, you can clone from the above mentioned gitlab repositories as follows:

git clone https://gitlab.com/davical-project/awl.git
git clone https://gitlab.com/davical-project/davical.git

For more information read Developer Setup and Helping with DAViCal.