Ubuntu - Rythym Box issue
k5di at zianet.com
Wed Mar 5 16:00:44 UTC 2008
Felipe Figueiredo wrote:
> On Wed 05 Mar 2008 09:58:00 Karl Larsen wrote:
> Nothing to see here, move along.
>> The PDA is a RCA OPAL model M4002 and it was at Wal Mart for $50.00.
>> It has a 2 GB Flash memory and shows video and MP3 sound. The small
>> screen is in color. The ear plugs are good and really HiFi!
> So, it's recognized as a generic media player, which is why rythmbox opened
> automatically. It's the same that happens with amarok and if I understand
> correctly, they mimimc iTunes' behaviour.
> If so, it's expected.
>> When I plug in the USB plug I checked tail dmesg and saw the PDA was
>> seen and correctly identified. But it caused Rythym Box to be launched
>> and for the life of me I never saw how to use this software with my PDA.
> You could probaly use rythmbox to 'sync" your media collection between the
> device and the computer.
> BTW, is this the kind of device that's easy to install linux with OPIE? Do you
> intend to try?
I don't know what OPIE is but it appears that the tiny Windows XT is
now installed. I have a great deal to learn and it is great fun.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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