__/ [ Ranma ] on Thursday 04 May 2006 22:02 \__
> On Thu, 04 May 2006 12:35:35 -0700, Robin wrote:
>> Has anyone managed to get a Tungsten T5 to network sync with a Linux
>> box? For some reason I have had to disable USB in the BIOS to get the
>> computer to run...
> Ya, I got it to work over Bluetooth and WiFi (much faster) once I got my
> WiFi card.
> There are several sites on the web that describe how to set everything up.
> As a matter of fact, I never did get the USB stuff working for my TX and I
> always network sync it.
Are you using any front end such as kpilot, gpilit, or jpilot? They often
come with a wizard that assumes a connection via USB (you can specify the
device path, e.g. /dev/usb/ttyUSB0). I never had any difficulties with
SuSE and Ubuntu Palm synchronisation. Just a couple of minutes to set up,
given that all the software is ready 'out of the box'. For what it's
worth, here is the extensive HOWTO that has become a valuable reference
Hope it helps,
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