Re: Tre 755

On Wed, 2007-08-15 at 14:07 +0100, Matt Davey wrote:
> 2. Try and get 'pilot-xfer -p /dev/ttyUSB0 -L' to work,
>    or maybe ttyUSB1.  Before trying this, stop gnome-pilot: remove
>    the applet from the panel and do 'killall gpilotd'.

If the kernel + udev is configured properly, you should just need to
point to /dev/pilot, and "It Should Just Work(tm)", without worrying
about which of the usb endpoints the device wants to use. 

The benefit of this (mostly for those with flaky usb controllers and
external usb hubs) is that when the device detaches prematurely and you
reconnect too fast, /dev/ttyUSB4 will still be pointing to /dev/pilot on
the next reconnect. 

David A. Desrosiers
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