[jp] JPilot and Fedora 4
jim at bradbury.org
Mon Sep 12 11:54:43 EDT 2005
I don't remember seeing anything LATELY on this subject on this forum.
If it has been discussed and I missed it, ignore this.
I found this post on the fedora-list -- link:
PalmOS PDA and Fedora 4 - interim solution
* From: Florin Andrei <florin andrei myip org>
* To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
* Subject: PalmOS PDA and Fedora 4 - interim solution
* Date: Fri, 09 Sep 2005 10:14:38 -0700
Check out this bug report:
Essentially, what it says is, you will be able to sync up your Palm PDA
to jpilot (and possibly other PalmOS sync applications) on Fedora 4 if
you use the following software versions:
All of them are currently (2005/09/09) in the Development section:
What I did was to download the pilot-link src.rpm, rebuild it on my
system, install the results, download the jpilot src.rpm, rebuild and
install, and it worked!
I believe that simply downloading the i386 binary packages and
installing them directly will work too, but I didn't verify that.
You may still have to create some /dev/ttyUSB* files, then point
jpilot to ttyUSB1, but I'll leave that as an exercise.
It would be nice if the ttyUSB* stuff could be automated.
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