Re: Network sync doesn't run without pluged USB (Palm TX)

On Wed, 2005-11-16 at 15:27 +0100, Andy Beuth wrote:
> Hi,
> thats no good news.. Thanx
> Anybody know how to simulate a USB device is plugged?

For people who are interested, the reason for the behaviour seen by Andy
(and the reason that the 'hack' to configure a 'USB' device with a
'net:any' device name) is that, when these devices start a network
hotsync they also appear as a USB device if they're connected.  Hence,
gnome-pilot sees a USB palm device and then asks pilot-link to sync on
the 'net:any' device, so the network sync then proceeds.

However, gnome-pilot pure 'netsync' mode doesn't (yet) work properly,
because it isn't listening on the right port to wake up.  It only works
when the wakeup happens via USB....


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