Re: How should I install and configure conduits?

On Thu, 2002-10-31 at 08:16, Paul Huang wrote:
> Hi All
> I would appreicate if anyone could give me some hints about the 
> following problems
> I have installed gnome-pilot on my Redhat 8.0/Gnome 2.0. And When I 
> launched the gnome-pilot from start menu (marked as Pilot/HandSpring 
> Tool in the menu item), gnome-pilot has also successfully retrieved my 
> Palm username and ID.
> And my question is: How can I install and configure conduits? After the 
> first retrieving, I run gpilotd-control-applet in the /usr/bin. What I 
> got is a GUI with three tabs: Pilots, Devices, Advanced. I just find no 
> place to add conduits and configure conduits. So, should I configure it 
> somewhere else such as a configration file.
> Besides, I also donwload the latest gnome-conduits and successfully 
> compiled it. I got several new .conduits file in its share/gnome-pilot 
> directory. How can I add these conduits into gnome-pilot and configure them?

If you installed RedHat packages they are slightly broken (at least last
time i tried).

The conduits is activated by running something like
"gpilotd-control-applet --cap-id=1". You should also see the conduits
from gnome-pilot-conduits there.

NB! I don't have it installed here now to check, so try --help for the
exact syntax.

Håvard Wigtil <havardw stud ntnu no>

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