Just point me to setup help
seth at cql.com
Mon Oct 28 11:46:12 EST 2002
It is an M515, with R.H. 8.0.
I didn't mean to imply that the Palm was not connected to the cradle. I
don't believe that at this point in the procedure I had pressed hot
sync, but I'll run it again too make sure.
On Mon, 2002-10-28 at 09:25, David A. Desrosiers wrote:
> > I reran this procedure, exactly as I described it, without any prexisting
> > /dev/ttyUSB0 or /dev/ttyUSB1, and they were indeed detected and created.
> You must have a Palm handheld device that none of us have ever seen
> before, one which puts the control for the device itself in the cradle,
> instead of the handheld, because there are NONE on the market (that I'm
> personally aware of) which can detect the Palm device itself, without having
> inserted the Palm into the cradle and hitting HotSync.
> This is not a Linux problem, this is an electronic problem. You
> can't create the electronic (i.e. physical) connection from Palm handheld,
> through cradle, to desktop, without having made the actual physcial
> connection from your Palm handheld to your cradle, without pressing HotSync
> on the Palm or cradle. If you can, you have some very new device, and we
> should know about it.
> Which device is this?
> What distro?
> What kernel?
> What PalmOS version?
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