Re: FC 3 and Sony Clie SL10/U

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On Thu, 2005-03-31 at 11:10 -0500, Lorn Miller wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-03-30 at 18:38 -0700, Craig White wrote:
> > ----
> > first issue - detection at device level...
> > 
> > probably more than you ever wanted to know...
> > <>
> 	Very helpful, thank you very much
> > 
> > problem is that you have to figure out how to 'identify' your Clie and
> > make a rule for it which creates a device on the fly...
> > 	<cut>
> > then it should probably work with JPilot or KPilot if it's set
> > to /dev/pilot and you press the 'sync' button on the cradle
> 	KPilot works with it now
> > 
> > If you want to use gpilotd (gnome pilot - evolution...)
> > 
> > you would probably want to edit if your Clie isn't there...
> > /usr/share/gnome-pilot/devices.xml
> 	The vendor and ID were already in there, but the comments showed as a
> different version.  I'm not sure if that's an issue.
it's an issue only if the ID of the Clie that you have doesn't match the
ID listed for the ones that it has
> > 
> > Craig
> > 
> Thanks for the help, it works now with KPilot, but intermittantly.
> Sometimes it connects, other times it doesn't.  While I could live with
> this, I would rather not.  It still beats using windows though...
ok - assuming that you have no other USB devices connected...

when at rest (not syncing)

ls -l /dev/ttyUSB* /dev/pilot

should return nothing - they don't exist

when you press the sync button

ls -l /dev/ttyUSB* /dev/pilot

should show the devices as configured and KPilot/JPilot should see them
(actually, they are probably configured to only look at /dev/pilot)

if it fails somehow, try running the command (while sync is supposedly
active) to see if they are present.


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