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> Howto, Faq Or Definitive Answers On Syncing.
post Mar 2 2005, 01:38 AM
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Hi All,

Sad to report, that I am very close to binning my zaurus c700 and getting a palm, purely becuase I can't seem to find a way of syncing ko / pi & ka /pi to my gnome desktop (mandrake 10.2)
Before the Zaurus I had a Clie NR70 and syncing to evolution was about as straightforward as you can get. I run a small business in the UK and we run Mandrake 10.1 on all the office PC's, and I have been using the zaurus as my PDA, Ko/pi and Ka/pi are great & I am using cacko 1.22. We share calendars here using the excellent http://www.icalx.com/ to host our .ics files. Both mozilla Sunbird and Evo 2 can publish to these. A palm device unfortunately would provide a way to lliterally sync and go which is what I need.

I have been looking through the forums here and have concluded that there is no way to sync to evolution with Ko /pi or Ka / pi.

The nicest way that I can think of doing this for calendars would be to mount the icalx.com hosted ics file locally on the zaurus using davmount and then sync with it as if it were a local file using the local sync function in Ko / Pi.

Has anyone succesfully mounted webdav shares on their zaurus ?

I can't seem to find any straifghtforward way of syncing Ka / Pi with evolution (or even thunderbird's addressbook)

I can't find a Howto, FAQ or definitive answer on the above any where and am concluding the above is not possible.

It my be worth pinning answers to the above on this forum.

Hoping I am wrong .

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