Re: Pilot synch issues

> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 09:51:44 +0100
> From: Callum Macdonald <gnome-pilot-list callum-macdonald com>
> Subject: Re: Pilot synch issues
> To: "The PalmOS&lt; tm&gt; integration pacakge"
> 	<gnome-pilot-list gnome org>
> Message-ID: <46D290A0 4090009 callum-macdonald com>
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> Hey Andrew,
> Have you tried running gpilotd from a terminal and watching the output?
> Does it crash at a specific point in the sync? For example, mine crashes 
> if I have the TODO conduit enabled. I'm not too bothered, so I turned it 
> off and it works. I haven't yet gotten round to investigating why.
> To run from a terminal you need to kill any running gpilotd processes, 
> then run gpilotd which will probably be in one of these locations:
> /usr/libexec/gpilotd
> /usr/bin/gpilotd
> That will hopefully provide more information on what's causing gpilot to 
> crash. If you want to log the output, this format will work:
> /path/to/gpilotd > /path/to/some/file 2>&1
> Cheers,
Hi Callum,

Do I have problems because this set of libs overlap? This is
from /usr/lib***


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