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> Z 5500 Syncing with RedHat 9
kurtaj
post Jun 30 2003, 06:08 PM
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I just got my Zaurus and it works fine on my WinXP box, but since I spend 90% of my time in Linux, I'd like to get it working there. I've got a fresh install of RedHat 9 and can't get the usb0 interface to come up to save my life. I'm certain the solution must be simple, but it evades me.

Please help!
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post Jun 30 2003, 07:02 PM
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Check out the Sharp forums at http://www.zaurus.com/dev/board/ lot of discussion on this there not sure of the out comes. I think there was a disussion here as well I'll try and dig up something for you.
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post Aug 25 2003, 04:22 AM
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Hi...
I got Red Hat 9 and zaurus 5500.
You can find usefull information for connectivity and sync there:

http://docs.zaurus.com

You can also download the news linux kernel 2.6; you can recompile it for usbnet support.

byez
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mussi
post Dec 7 2003, 03:53 PM
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There are actually two good options if you run the KDE pims on the desktop side - multisync (just released in the 0.81 version, I'm testing it) and kitchensync, which has some annoyances, but works too. Multisync can be found at multisync.sourceforge.net, and kitchensync - well, google for it. smile.gif
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post Dec 12 2003, 02:47 PM
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everything you need to get you up and running should be here:

http://docs.zaurus.com/index.php?id=lc_redhat_5600

please let me know of any issues you have with the instructions there.

brian
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