My experience with cm ( calendar manager ) indicates that the only
way to make cm work with multiple machines where the users move
from machine to machine ( as in a student laboratory ) is to make
everyone specify their default calendar in .cm.rc . The default
calendar should point to the calendar server machine and rpc.cmsd
should only run on the calendar server machine.
The reason for all of this is that the calendar manager communicates
with a daemon ( rpc.cmsd ) to get its calendar information. rpc.cmsd
does not check to see that the calendar infomation in the callog file
has change since that last time it read the file. Therefore if
multiple calendars are running and talking to different rpc.cmsd
servers, they ignore each other causing loss of information.
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