RE: How to add conduits after recompilation

> This is outside the scope of this list, but the steps are along these
> lines:
>   1.  Download the gnome-pilot SOURCE RPM for your current distributed
>       version.
>   2.  Create a 'patch' file for your required changes.
>   3.  Unpack the source rpm (install it) and add your patch file
>       alongside the existing patches - pretty much all distribs
>       will make some changes to the distributed sources.
>   4.  Edit the 'spec' file to list your patch file so that it
>       gets applied.  Also, change the package 'version' number
>       so that it is recognised as 'more recent' than your installed
>       copy.
>   5.  rebuild the binary RPMs from your modified source RPM folder.
>   6.  install.

Thanks very much.
After re-installing the src.rpm following your steps, the sync icon can be again added to the gnome panel, and the gnome-pilot progress window appears as before.

But the memo conduit is still broken. I've removed all memos, the sync still failed.
I've re-tried with jpilot, which works fine with memos.
Since the problem is identical for both Treos, so I think it's a problem of the conduit, not the data.
Remark: the same conduit has worked before, when my data got duplicated.

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