No /dev/pilot when I plug in my Palm Zire 72
rodd at clarkson.id.au
Wed May 23 00:03:53 UTC 2007
When I plug in my Palm Zire 72, I don't get a /dev/pilot created.
It creates a /dev/ttyUSB[0|1], but the syncing software is looking
for /dev/pilot, so it doesn't work.
I could change the syncing software, but this should just work, so I'm
asking, do I need to file a bug and against what.
"It's a fine line between denial and faith.
It's much better on my side"
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