Re: Kyocera 7135 not behaving with gpilot

Just another data point, I have had no issues with the Kyocera 7135 when
using the serial port.  With the USB connection, I have successfully got
it to sync once or twice, but it is flaky enough to be unusable (even
with kernel mods, devices.xml, udev mods... blah blah blah).

BTW, this has been true for at least RH9, FC1, FC2, and FC3.

Just FYI,
  - Sam

On Wed, 2005-03-09 at 14:36 -0600, Don Seiler wrote:
> Greetings.  I'm demo'ing a Kyocera 7135 and trying to get it to sync
> with evolution (2.0.4).  I have gnome-pilot-2.0.12 and
> pilot-link-0.11.8.
> `pilot-xfer -l` works great.  gnome-pilot doesn't.  It sits at the
> "Initial sync" window saying to press the sync button on the cradle,
> well after I've done so.  The kyocera sits at the "connecting to
> desktop" screen waiting for the PC to make contact.  I select /dev/pilot
> (which is set up by udev from /dev/ttyUSB1) and USB for connection
> types, as well as the fastest speed and timeout of 4.
> I _have_ added the necessary line to /usr/share/gnome-pilot/devices.xml,
> however that file doesn't even seem to come into play yet.
> Output of /proc/bus/usb/devices and lsusb, as well as other
> bioinformatics have been collected here:
> Any help this week would be much appreciated before I have to return the
> unit or commit to it.
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