Help needed syncing Palm Treo 650 with FreeBSD

Fri Mar 9 16:18:59 UTC 2007

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Aniruddha [mailto:mailing_list at]
>Sent: 09 March 2007 16:12
>To: Harrison Peter CSA BIRKENHEAD
>Cc: freebsd-questions at
>Subject: Re: Help needed syncing Palm Treo 650 with FreeBSD
>Harrison Peter CSA BIRKENHEAD wrote:
>> Sorry, that's me not making myself clear.
>> I mean like this:
>> device "Palm"
>> 	devname "ucom[0-9]*"
>> 	attach "sleep 2; chmod 0666 /dev/ttyU*"
>> But like I said, devfs.rules is really designed for this 
>kind of thing.
>> HTH.
>> Peter Harrison.
>Sorry, but I must ask you again :-[ . You mean adding this to 
>device "Palm"
>	devname "ucom[0-9]*"
>	attach "sleep 2; chmod 0666 /dev/ttyU*"

No, that's the syntax for usbd.conf - which should work but is not the 'preferred' way of doing it.

I'll check my devfs.rules file over the weekend and email you again with the syntax for that.

Peter Harrison.

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