On 7/8/07, Renich Bon Ciric <[email protected]> wrote:
On Sun, 2007-07-08 at 09:20 -0500, Chris Mohler wrote: > Copy /usr/share/pilot-link/udev/60-libipsock.rules > into /etc/udev/rules.d Did this > > Do tail -f /var/log/messages and press the sync button on the Palm - > see which device is created. Point J-pilot to the device (mine was > /dev/ttyUSB0) in preferences. Did this too. Here's the log. It didn't resolve my problem; still can't connect using J-Pilot.
Just to be sure - in the J-Pilot preferences, you have '/dev/ttyUSB0' - not '/dev/pilot?'? I ran J-Pilot from the command line when I was first trying to solve this problem. Try that and see if you get any useful output. Basically - IIRC - the udev rule just makes sure that /dev/ttyUSB# ends up with the right permissions - without it, you can (as root) chmod it 0666 and be able to sync the palm. I grew sick of that and dug up the udev rule. Sorry - I missed your reply before. Chris