Re: Using gnome-pilot (joshua powers)

First & foremost you should RTFM.
Next you should initialize your 1st sync through through the Gnome-Pilot GUI.
After the initial sync> Sync again.
Finally open up your Evolution & check out your data or go to the newly formed MyPDA folder...

As far as sync-ing for installed software components... once again RTFM


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Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 20:43:59 -0400
From: "joshua powers" <wildman4god gmail com>
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I am new to gnome-pilot and i would like to know how to use it to install
apps on my palm and transfer files.
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