manchicken at notsosoft.net
Sun Aug 12 02:45:23 UTC 2007
On Saturday 11 August 2007 10:00:04 Dr. Sharukh K. R. Pavri. wrote:
> On Thu, 09 Aug 2007, Jos? Alexandre Nalon wrote:
> > Hello,
> > > I have a Palm T/X and have been trying as well to get it to sync
> > > properly with Linux. Several years ago I had a Palm IIIxe and it
> > > synced
> For what it's worth:
> I have an old Handspring Visor. Worked perfectly w/ everything from Rehat
> 9 to FC 5. Now w/ Kubuntu feisty, it just won't sync.
> Looking on the web, this is what I need to do everytime.
> sudo /sbin/modprobe usbserial
> sudo /sbin/modprobe visor
> I use Jpilot (have always used it) and the sync is successful.
> I tried all sorts of stuff w/ udev but only managed to screw up my system.
> After I added the required file to /etc/udev/rules.d/ I could not login at
> all. It turned out that /dev/null is being created w/ 600 perms instead of
> So now everytime I log on, I have to go to a virtual terminal w/
> ctrl-alt-f2, login, hit ctrl-c, chmod /dev/null, go back w/ ctrl-alt-f7
> and then I can login to kde.
> Sad state of affairs this.
> Feisty has been a major disappointment. I am sorely tempted to go back to
> FC or maybe Debian testing.
> regards, hth,
> Dr. Sharukh K. R. Pavri. Homoeopath, Linuxer.
> You know how most packages say "Open here". What is the protocol if
> the package says, "Open some-where else"?
I believe that this is actually a problem with pilot-link 0.12.*. They
changed how the low-level connection stuff worked--for the better I was
told--but it breaks compatibility with some of the testier devices.
I strongly recommend that you `sudo rmmod visor` and then use "usb:" for the
device value (no workarounds) in kpilot or anything interfacing with
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