What about for Palm's and Pocket PC's in FreeBSD?

Stijn Hoop stijn at win.tue.nl
Tue Nov 15 12:10:26 GMT 2005

On Sun, Nov 13, 2005 at 10:59:00PM +0200, Andrew Pogrebennyk wrote:
> Could anyone tell me if there's a good support for Palm's and Pocket
> PC's in FreeBSD, especially for Bluetooth connectivity? I'm going to
> buy one and if I learn that Palm is supported much better, It'll be one
> more it's advantage over MS :) Maybe, someone could point me a some
> sort of guide? Thanks!

I have browsed the web on my Tungsten T5 using my desktop FreeBSD box
as router. I haven't tried synchronization due to the fact that I have
not found a suitable backend on the FreeBSD box that I want to store
my data in (Evolution is nice but still can't manage my email the way
mutt can).


"...I like logs. They give me a warm fuzzy feeling. I've been known to keep
logs for 30 months at a time (generally when I thought I was rotating them
daily, but was actually rotating them once a month)."
	-- Michael Lucas, in Big Scary Daemons article 'Controlling Bandwidth'
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