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On Sun, 4 Jan 2004 13:21:14 +0000
Fergal Moran <fergal at byefield.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 04 Jan 2004, Sean Rima wrote:
> > Is there anyway to get the m500 to see my linux setup without having to log on, ie using an 192.168 ip address for networking
> > Sean
> Are you using a serial or a USB cradle? Do you just want the palm
> to be a part of your network or is it to get KPilot or some such
> working? If it is just to get the palm onto your network you can do
> this easily enough using pppd.
I am using a usb cradle if that makes any difference.
> There is a good article at
>http://nick.kreucher.net/clie/network-sync.html which shows how to
> do this. You can forget about the hotsync and pilot-link stuff if you just want to
> make a network connection as pppd and a network connection on
> the M500 should see you through this.
>> Hope this helps
Thanks I will have a look at this one.
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