[jp] Categories in Datebook

Mikkel L. Ellertson mikkel at access4less.net
Wed Jan 26 21:20:36 EST 2005


Adam Richard wrote:
> Quoting "Mikkel L. Ellertson" <mikkel at access4less.net>:
> 
> 
>>Adam Richard wrote:
>>
>>>Quoting "David A. Desrosiers" <hacker at gnu-designs.com>:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>>I also found that strange.  Does PalmSource release their data 
>>>>>format or not?
>>>>
>>>>	In most cases, no. 
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>If not, it explains why synchronizing seems so buggy,
>>>>
>>>>	Synchronization can be "buggy" for any of about 2-dozen 
>>>>reasons. Here are the top 6:
>>>>
>>>>	1.) Kernels with patches (stock kernels ALWAYS work, IMHO)
>>>
>>>
>>>It's not an opinion, and I doubt they do.  Surely a bug was found in the Linux
>>
>>kernel at
>>
>>>some point.
>>>
>>
>>You are missing what he is saying - J-Pilot works with stock kernels, 
>>but not necessarly with patched kernels. So, if you are using a patched 
>>kernel, and J-Pilot doesn't work for you, you have to provide details if 
>>you want anyone to try and fix it. And it may be the people that created 
>>the patch that have to fix things, because their patch broke something...
> 
> 
> OK.  Is it only when the patch to the kernel is broken that J-Pilot doesn't work?
> 
> 
You tell me - if J-Pilot works with the stock kernel, but not with the 
patched kernel, what changed to stop J-Pilot from working?

Mikkel




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