[ale] Debian and Palm Pilot

Sergio Chaves sergio at turbocorp.com
Mon Apr 25 06:27:07 EDT 2005

On Sunday 24 April 2005 12:49 pm, Jim Seymour wrote:

On my Mandrake 10.1, USB sync stopped working when upgraded Kernel from to
My friend had a similar problem in his Suse 9.2.
The connection is lost somewhere in the middle of the syncing process.

For now, I boot with my old kernel when sync is needed.

> On Sun, Apr 24, 2005 at 11:08:25AM -0400, Robert L. Harris wrote:
> > Ok, if you're using a standard debian kernel, make sure the "visor"
> > module is loaded.  That module is the one which supports the actual
> > pilot device.
> I loaded the visor module and tried again. This is the output from
> dlpsh:
> jim at nuthatch:~$ dlpsh -p /dev/pilot
>    Listening to port: /dev/pilot
>       Please press the HotSync button now... Connected
>          Error read system info on /dev/pilot
> According to the log on the Palm the last time I was able to sync was
> 11/08/03 :-(( Ideas?
> Thanks,
> Jim

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