Just a note for those that have Palm Pilots, and what to make more use of
them with Linux.
The pilot-link package. It's a barebones command line package, that
rips databases off the pilot, and can convert some too (the 'memos' program
mails a mailx/mutt mailbox with all your memos in it, looking like emails).
Handy for doing quick backup/installs.
The KPilot package. It's an excellent GUI front end to pilot-link, and
has some extra stuff. (note, it's a pain to abort a sync, and I still
haven't gotten it connecting to my POP server). Once I get mail syncing,
I'll mail to the list (from the pilot!).
You may need:
prc-tools: GCC for the pilot. It includes pilrc, the pilot resource
compiler. It turns object files & data into PRC files.
Palm Programming: Shit cool book from O'Rielly on programming these
little things. Really makes you feel good about your purchase too ;)
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