No - do NOT put an ordinary USB cable between two computers. There is a
reasonably good chance that you will short out the USB power lines, thus
frying one or both motherboards. This is not a good idea.
You can purchase custom made USB cables for connecting PC ports
directly together, which do a reasonably good job.
Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Tuesday 09 November 2004 17:24, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
>>>>It does have a USB port,
>>>but I'm not sure how I could use that to link it to my desktop?
>>>>http://www.ruault.com/Zaurus/ppp-usb-howto.html>>> But can one just put an ordinary USB cable between 2 computers,
> and transfer data as descibed?
> (The document speaks of putting the Zaurus in its cradle.)
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