I posted an issue and I was planning to put a bounty on it but now they are deleted. Also I wanted to check the comments on that issue. Where are the issues? Why have they been deleted?
The issues I am interested in are these two:
From what I can figure out, the ownCube team removed the SRV records but I do not have the command line you used to check this. I used dig and http://dns-record-viewer.online-domain-tools.com/
DavDroid seems to have the same issue, I cannot login on my own server but only from DavDroid :(
Thanks for your interest. The issues have been imported to this forums for several reasons:
- The issue tracker has been used as a forum and is quite bad in that concerns: most important, most people don't search closed issues, but they are often the most important ones (but are closed because they have been fixed or marked as third-party issues). An issue tracker is an issue tracker and not a support forum.
- However, we're planning to move to another git hoster that is completely open-source and then re-open the issue tracker there (but only for issues and not for support – if people ignore that, there will be only an internal issue tracker, as it is very time-consuming and non-productive to work on mixed 90 % support requests with 10 % real bug reports),
- We're reducing external dependencies (just why should hits, logs and PageRank go to GitHub instead of ourselves?)
If you do a forum search for "OwnCube", you will find your posts.
I have just tried again and it does not seem that the SRV records have been removed by owncube. It still redirects to a timeout... Do you have any updates from the owncube team regarding this problem? Did they say they removed the SRV records?
[devvv@deusex ~]$ host -t SRV _carddavs._tcp.andrei.owncube.com _carddavs._tcp.andrei.owncube.com has SRV record 0 0 2080 ocshared-de18.owncube.com. [devvv@deusex ~]$ nc ocshared-de18.owncube.com 2080 Ncat: Connection timed out.
The code used can be copy and pasted in every linux terminal. host and nc are pre-installed normally. You could try it with a live cd / live usb yourself without having to install a linux distribution :smiley:
thank you for leaving the account open for us to test. The connection with DAVdroid now works since we've implemented some fallback methods in the resource detection part of DAVdroid. I just have connected and successfully synced the account.