How to use a USB-based Palm?
ubuntu at notezbien.net
Thu Sep 30 20:24:21 UTC 2004
And since normally, the "visor" kernel modules is loaded, everything is
consistent... I'm not alone in this...!
I'm not sure exactly this is managed, with DBUS, HAL and al., so anybody
knowledgable to know where to look for?
On Thu, 2004-30-09 at 17:15 -0300, Mariano Loza wrote:
> Same happens to me with a Visor Deluxe.
> --- Benoit Caron <ubuntu at notezbien.net> escribió:
> > Hi.
> > How is one suppose to use a USB based Palm Pilot
> > device (I have a
> > Tungsten E)?
> > When I follow the dialogs in Pilot Settings, it
> > offer me to use the
> > port /dev/pilot, or a selection of /dev/ttyS[0-4],
> > even if I use the
> > "USB Type" radio selection. But the link /dev/pilot
> > is not there, and
> > there is no /dev/usb directory nor a
> > /dev/ttyUSB[0-xx] like I have on my
> > other "regular" Debian box (well... a Mepis
> > bastardized from like 6
> > months of apt-get-ing from Sarge).
> > Is there a package that is missing?
> > Thanks for any help
> > Benoit Caron
> > Happy new user of Ubuntu, despites the absence of (a
> > recent) KDE... :)
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