Palm (Zire) and /dev/ucom0 on 6.0
dwinner-lists at att.net
Wed Dec 28 05:13:30 PST 2005
Igor Robul wrote:
>On Tue, Dec 27, 2005 at 11:58:00AM -0500, DW wrote:
>>I then type:
>># pilot-xfer -p /dev/cuaU0 -b backup
>>and I get:
>> Listening to port: /dev/cuaU0
>> Please press teh HotSync button now....
>Works fine for me with Palm TE2. You need press HotSync button and wait
Are you pressing "HotSync" before or after "pilot-xfer"?
If I do pilot-xfer first, then it fails because /dev/cuaU0 doesn't exist
If I hit HotSync first, /dev/cuaU0 gets created, but then pilot-xfer
tells me to hit HotSync, which I already did.
pilot-xfer just sits there waiting for Hotsync (already running), then
HotSync on my Palm eventually times out and /dev/cuaU0 gets destroyed.
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