Re: LTSP installation

My question is, when I do a Network Sync will it connect to gpilotd (or
gnome-pilotd whichever it's called now) on the server side.  Also will I
need to run a gnome-pilot for each user?

Chris Tooley

On Wed, 2002-07-31 at 11:29, David A. Desrosiers wrote:
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> > If you want cradles at the "linux terminals", then you will either need to
> > run gnome-pilot on the local terminal instead of on the server, or you
> > might be able to do a remote-device-hack similar to the existing LTSP
> > floppy access using the network block device stuff.
> 	Or just do a Network Hotsync, which has worked for 3+ years now with
> the underlying code that gnome-pilot relies on, pilot-link. I wrote a HOWTO
> on this awhile back.
> > Running gnome-pilot on the local terminal instead of the server should be
> > possible, as the LTSP already has some support for running things like the
> > WM locally.
> 	Overkill. Just run pi-nredir locally, which is much lighter than
> gnome-pilot and all of the required libraries it brings in with it.
> > One thing to look out for is I'm not sure how happy the GNOME desktop
> > would be if bit's of it were running on different, running
> > the gnome-pilot applet on the terminal, and the pannel on the server.
> 	You don't need gnome, X, or even a monitor to perform a sync over
> the network with your Palm device. You just need a serial, usb, or IR port.
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