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Re: Palm T|X on Fedora 7

Craig White wrote:
> I am struggling trying to make a Palm T|X work on Fedora 7
> The problem *may* lie with the fact that in order to make this box work
> (A Dell Optiplex 320), that I have to add 'pci=nomsi acpi=off' kernel
> params on bootup.
> udevinfo tells me all about the device.
> I can see the device exists when I plug it in and check it via
> ls -l /dev/ttyUSB* and
> ls -l /dev/pilot
> but even if I try (as root),
> pilot-xfer -l -p /dev/ttyUSB1 or pilot-xfer -l -p /dev/pilot show
> nothing at all
> Is the problem my kernel parameters?
It probably isn't your kernel parameters. If it were, then
/dev/ttyUSB0 and /dev/USB1 most likely not be created. What happens
if you use /dev/ttyUSB0? Or, if you have more then 2 ttyUSB*
entries, try using /dev/ttyUSB2. I don't remember if the T|X uses
the first or second USB serial port that is created when you hit sync...


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