I've been running Kubuntu (up to 10.10 now) and also OpenSuSE. I have a Palm Pilot that I want to synchronize to the KDE databases for kontact, kaddressbook, korganizer, etc. Until my upgrade to KDE 4.5.4 I was able to use kpilot, but kpilot is no longer being maintained and has been dropped altogether from KDE 4.5.4. So I've been stranded.
Can anyone explain what files control the udev device mapping. I'm trying to get a fresh install of 11.3 to sync a palm pilot with jpilot.
I have created a "10-pilot.rules " file in /etc/udev/rules.d containing:
Nikon on Wednesday announced an Android-powered digital point-and-shoot camera, the Coolpix S800c. The device has built-in WiFi and runs Android Gingerbread. It will let users connect to, browse and upload photographs and videos to their social networks. Users will also be able to surf the Web and download apps and games onto the S800c. The camera's available now for pre-order.
We first informed you about the soon-to-be-released Nikon S800, the first Android based camera from Nikon. Today, Nikon Rumors revealed the first pictures of the camera. From what has been posted, the camera will be a point and shoot with a 12x wide optical zoom and feature a 3.5″ OLED touchscreen.
Written by: Peter DinhamThe Australian arm of global technology provider to the defence and security, aerospace and transport industries, Thales, has commenced a next generation desktop pilot program for the Department of Defence which will deliver a new secure desktop computer system for the department.
According to the Department of Defence Chief Technology Officer, Matt Yannopoulos, the pilot
I've recently upgraded from 10.3 to 11.2 (32 bit). On my 10.3 system I was able to sync my Palm Treo, plug in cameras and they'd pop us as filesystems etc. Now, although my printer, and ipod are recognised, anything else I plug in isn't.
* When I plug my camera in and turn it on, nothing happens