tawesley at yahoo.com
Sat May 18 08:19:05 EDT 2002
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On Saturday 18 May 2002 01:37, Gwen Patton wrote:
> Jeff Vian wrote:
> > I am running RedHat 7.2, with the included jpilot 0.99
> > I am just trying to get started, and as yet am unable to get my Palm
> > Pilot V to sync.
> Check your permissions on the /dev/ttyS0 device. Make sure your user
> has the rights to read and write to that device. When you
> upgraded/installed RH 7.2, it does NOT assume any user other than root
> to have rwx rights on serial ports. This will come up as a -10 error in
> jpilot, and a "Permission Denied" error using the pilot-link tools, and
> in the console window immediately after hitting "sync" or "backup" if
> you ran jpilot from a TTY console instead of from a menu button.
> I just ran into this error myself about a week ago. If you chmod your
> /dev/ttyS0 device to the appropriate permissions, it should solve the
> problem. The appropriate level will have to be determined by the
> potential multiuser exposure of your machine...if you make it ugo+rwx,
> it will be usable by ANYBODY, and you don't necessarily want that on a
> machine others can at. Some have suggested setting up your login to
> automatically set the permissions when you log in and unset them when
> you log out, things like that. YMMV.
> --- Gwen
Note that you would probably be better adding the users that need permissions
to the relevant group.
"There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in their
-- Ken Olson, President of DEC, World Future Society
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