> I'm trying to get my palm m505 to work in Linux... i'd like to use the
> jpilot program eventually, but that's for another day. Right now, i'd
> just like to use some program to sync my palm.
> I've read
> so please don't send me there.
> First of all, how can I tell where my palm is connected in the /dev/
> tree? /dev/ttyUSB1? Something else? I'm using a usb connection.
> Any easy way to veryify that my usb module is working properly?
> I've been trying the pilot-xfer backup programs, or just -l, or many
> things, and nothing has indicated that it has found my palm yet.
> I'm using pilot-link 0.9.5.0-8, and debian linux, with A7N8X deluxe
> I'm really new to this, and the palm is the last battle I must win
> before switching to linux completely, so any help is greatly
> appreciated. I'm sure more info is needed to start, and I'll be glad to
> give it once I know what it is.
> When i've been trying pilot-xfer /dev/ttyUSB0 -l, I get Unable to bind
> to port, no such file or directory... but /dev/ttyS1 or S0 both get a
> press hotsync button now, which i do, and then i get nothing...