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gramps
post Nov 23 2004, 02:38 PM
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Just got a 6K and have been looking for a way to sync it with my Linux desktop. I have been reading the thread and the links. Tried to go to opie.handhelds.org and get the message, The connection was refused by opie.handhelds.org. Also tried to link to it through Google and got a simular message.

Is opie.handhelds gone or crashed or something? Is there another feed for this?

Allen
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post Nov 29 2004, 06:15 PM
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QUOTE(cvmiller @ Apr 27 2004, 04:51 PM)
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No, this is not the only way. You can use the Opie-PIM applications on a Sharp-Rom and then use multisync with evolution.
The Opie-PIMs have to be installed from the sharp-feed of Opie, they will be linked to the original sharp-PIM-icons. 


I have to second this. I have been running the Opie-PIM calendar on my SL-6000 (and my 5500 before) and it works great. Although I have been using evolution-sync.pl to sync to Mozilla Calendar (which also uses ics files).

Good luck!

Craig...

It appears that the opie.handhelds.org/feed/sharprom/latest is down and has been for several days now. Is there another feed for the Opie-Pim that will work on the sl-6000l?

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post Nov 30 2004, 04:15 AM
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Look for www.pi-sync.net or KDE-Pim/PI on sourceforge
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post Nov 30 2004, 08:58 AM
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Does anyone have experience with kitchensync and the Sharp ROM's? I'm not totally clear on whether the DTM-based apps are supported. . . my impression was that they were, given that on the maintainer's page he notes that the ktichensync included with the recent KDE 3.3 was "not of great use to Opie users." I also recall seeing something about DTM support on one of the *.kde.org sites (could have been the roadmap pages for either KDE 3.3 as a whole, or KDEPIM in 3.3). . .

Anyway, has anyone used this with the PIM's included with the Sharp ROM? For me, at the moment, this would be a great solution to be able to sync cross-platform (Win and Linux).
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