> What the best supported Pda in Linux, I'm assuming CE dosen't like it so
> what's left, palm pilots seem to be the thing. All would like to do it
> transfer files to and from it and some mail if possable.
I believe that the Palm series of PDAs are very well-supported under
Linux, including file transfer and mail synchronisation, to a degree.
The Psion systems, although they have a nicer OS than the Palms  and
are much more expansible, are not at all well-supported in terms of
Linux connectivity. CE systems are Just Plain Shite, although CE3 (or
whatever it's called these days) looks like being a big improvement.
Hope this helps,
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