QUOTE(tux @ Apr 18 2007, 04:31 AM)
Take a look at Trisoft's web site. The download section has the English software. There is also an essential
howto and their manuals are downloadable also.
In passing there was a download on ZUG, but of course the downloads have been missing since before Christmas.
Thanks for the info.
As regards Vista, you have just egged me on to try to set up my vista laptop with the zaurus. I'll report back. But all windows syncs with the installed pim software seems very flaky! I blame windows. (Just updating all my boxes to Feisty Fawn so I'll be too busy to do this very soon.)
Well, scratch the Vista idea. I removed it yesterday and went back to XP. Vista has too many problems it's not worth it. It refuses to communicate with samba shares which includes my NAS and linux boxes and most of the old games (Riven, even gametap) were unplayable on it. Oh and after only two months of using it it's startup time had doubled.
Practically speaking , I think it is more sensible to use kdepimpi on both your zaurus and your pc. You might prefer to use the version for the usb stick. It works happily on windows and most modern linux distros.
I was actually fiddling around with syncing the kdepim aps on my ubuntu and I will probably do that. But I don't fully trust it because when I deleted all addresses on the PC it didn't remove them from the zaurus when I synced.
What is this usb stick version you are talking about? It sounds interesting.
A regards backing up the zaurus, use the nand backup facility or the ordinary backup to a card.
Yeah I better do a NAND backup now that my zaurus is set up perfectly. I may not be able to get it like this again in the future as this community is dwindling along with available software.