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Old 03-22-2008, 12:17 AM
Les
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

HI, folks,
I have been trying everything I can find, but cannot successfully sync
my Z22, nor my wife's M500. I have read countless messages, edited the
USB rules, achieved getting the /dev/palm entry up, but still cannot
reliably sync these palm devices. Moreover, I have modified and
remodified things to the point that I no longer remember all the things
I have done, and my notes are scattered over several bits of paper, and
so forth. I kept thinking if I just do what this last person has said,
it will work, but NOOOO!!!!

OK, I'm an idiot or idjit or just dumb and dumber, but can someone
please tell me just what is causing the sequence below:

Sequence:
plugin Z22.
Press hotsync button (to get the pilot on line)
start jpilot
run hotsync
get following error message

****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished

Output from terminal window:
jpilot -debug
Debug messages on.
calling check_hidden_dir
pidfile: /home/lesh/.jpilot/jpilot.pid
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
plugin: [Expense 0.99] was loaded
plugin: [KeyRing 0.01] was loaded
plugin: [SyncTime 0.99] was loaded
calling plugin_startup for [Expense 0.99]
Expense: plugin_startup
Expense: base_dir = [/usr]
calling plugin_startup for [KeyRing 0.01]
KeyRing: plugin_startup
KeyRing: base_dir = [/usr]
rc file from prefs is jpilotrc.default
parsing /usr/share/jpilot/jpilotrc.default
parse_geometry()
memo_update_clist()
get_memos2()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: MemoDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_memos2()
memo_clear_details()
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_clear_details()
entries_shown=19
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_update_clist()
x=0, y=49
w=1440, h=825
alarms_init()
UPTODATE 2008 3 21 17 41
alarms_find_next()
get_days_appointments()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: DatebookDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_days_appointments()
alarms_write_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
cb_check_version
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
setting PILOTRATE=[9600]
pref port=[/dev/pilot]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot No such file or directory
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[/dev/pilot]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[/dev/pilot]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
paned pos = 560
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
output height = 265
cb_prefs_gui
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
cb_quit
Cleanup
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
memo_update_clist()
get_memos2()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: MemoDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_memos2()
memo_clear_details()
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_clear_details()
entries_shown=19
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_update_clist()
x=0, y=49
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
calling plugin_exit_cleanup
Expense: plugin_exit_cleanup
calling plugin_exit_cleanup
KeyRing: plugin_exit_cleanup
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
cleanup_pc_file for DatebookDB
No compacting needed
max_id was 0
cleanup_pc_file for AddressDB
No compacting needed
max_id was 0
cleanup_pc_file for ToDoDB
No compacting needed
max_id was 0
cleanup_pc_file for MemoDB
No compacting needed
max_id was 0
cleanup_pc_file for Memo32DB
No compacting needed
max_id was 0
cleanup_pc_file for [ExpenseDB]
No compacting needed
max_id was 0
cleanup_pc_file for [Keys-Gtkr]
No compacting needed
max_id was 0
not calling cleanup_pc_file for: []
[lesh@localhost .jpilot]$ jpilot -debug
Debug messages on.
calling check_hidden_dir
pidfile: /home/lesh/.jpilot/jpilot.pid
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
plugin: [Expense 0.99] was loaded
plugin: [KeyRing 0.01] was loaded
plugin: [SyncTime 0.99] was loaded
calling plugin_startup for [Expense 0.99]
Expense: plugin_startup
Expense: base_dir = [/usr]
calling plugin_startup for [KeyRing 0.01]
KeyRing: plugin_startup
KeyRing: base_dir = [/usr]
rc file from prefs is jpilotrc.default
parsing /usr/share/jpilot/jpilotrc.default
parse_geometry()
memo_update_clist()
get_memos2()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: MemoDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_memos2()
memo_clear_details()
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_clear_details()
entries_shown=19
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_update_clist()
x=0, y=49
w=1440, h=825
alarms_init()
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alarms_find_next()
get_days_appointments()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: DatebookDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_days_appointments()
alarms_write_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
cb_check_version
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
setting PILOTRATE=[9600]
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
paned pos = 560
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
output height = 265
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD

Alternative, starting Jpilot first, then plugging in the Z22:
Jpilot output in message box:
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished

output in the terminal window:

jpilot -debug
Debug messages on.
calling check_hidden_dir
pidfile: /home/lesh/.jpilot/jpilot.pid
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
plugin: [Expense 0.99] was loaded
plugin: [KeyRing 0.01] was loaded
plugin: [SyncTime 0.99] was loaded
calling plugin_startup for [Expense 0.99]
Expense: plugin_startup
Expense: base_dir = [/usr]
calling plugin_startup for [KeyRing 0.01]
KeyRing: plugin_startup
KeyRing: base_dir = [/usr]
rc file from prefs is jpilotrc.default
parsing /usr/share/jpilot/jpilotrc.default
parse_geometry()
memo_update_clist()
get_memos2()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: MemoDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_memos2()
memo_clear_details()
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_clear_details()
entries_shown=19
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
Leaving memo_update_clist()
x=0, y=49
w=1440, h=825
alarms_init()
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alarms_find_next()
get_days_appointments()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: DatebookDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_days_appointments()
alarms_write_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
cb_check_version
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
setting PILOTRATE=[9600]
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD
pref port=[]
num_backups=2
forking sync process
sync:calling load_plugins
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 0.01]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 0.99]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (0.99).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 0.99]
opening dir /home/lesh/.jpilot/plugins/
****************************************
Syncing on device /dev/pilot
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished
sync child exiting
caught signal SIGCHLD


output from lsusb:
lsusb
Bus 005 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 004 Device 020: ID 0830:0061 Palm, Inc.
Bus 004 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 003 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 002 Device 007: ID 03f0:3202 Hewlett-Packard
Bus 002 Device 005: ID 0451:2046 Texas Instruments, Inc. TUSB2046 Hub
Bus 002 Device 006: ID 0518:0001 EzKEY Corp.
Bus 002 Device 004: ID 0451:2046 Texas Instruments, Inc. TUSB2046 Hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 0000:0000
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 0000:0000

output from cat 10-visor.rules:
BUS=="usbi", SYSFS{product}=="Palm Handheld*", KERNEL=="ttyUSB[13579]",
SYMLINK+="pilot"




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Old 03-22-2008, 11:01 AM
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

Les wrote:
HI, folks,
I have been trying everything I can find, but cannot successfully sync

my Z22, nor my wife's M500. I have read countless messages, edited the
USB rules, achieved getting the /dev/palm entry up, but still cannot
reliably sync these palm devices. Moreover, I have modified and
remodified things to the point that I no longer remember all the things
I have done, and my notes are scattered over several bits of paper, and
so forth. I kept thinking if I just do what this last person has said,
it will work, but NOOOO!!!!

OK, I'm an idiot or idjit or just dumb and dumber, but can someone
please tell me just what is causing the sequence below:


I don't claim to be an expert but don't you sync a Z22 using a USB
Cable? If so, you should have it looking at USB: and not /dev/palm.


Bradley

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Old 03-22-2008, 11:51 AM
"Patrick O'Callaghan"
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 18:17 -0700, Les wrote:
> HI, folks,
> I have been trying everything I can find, but cannot successfully sync
> my Z22, nor my wife's M500. I have read countless messages, edited the
> USB rules, achieved getting the /dev/palm entry up, but still cannot
[...]
> pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument

Is it /dev/palm or /dev/pilot?

That aside, you definitely want to get a recent version of pilot-link
(the underlying package that jpilot, kpilot, gnome-pilot etc. are based
on) and use libusb instead of the visor kernel module. Also make sure
visor isn't being loaded ("lsmod|grep visor" as root to check) and set
up jpilot to use "usb:" as its device rather than /dev/whatever. This is
both faster and much more reliable.

Current stable versions for F8 are:
libusb-0.1.12-10.fc8
pilot-link-0.12.2-18.fc8

poc

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Old 03-26-2008, 09:23 AM
"Zoltan Kota"
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 1:51 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
<pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:

> That aside, you definitely want to get a recent version of pilot-link
> (the underlying package that jpilot, kpilot, gnome-pilot etc. are based
> on) and use libusb instead of the visor kernel module. Also make sure
> visor isn't being loaded ("lsmod|grep visor" as root to check) and set
> up jpilot to use "usb:" as its device rather than /dev/whatever. This is
> both faster and much more reliable.
>
> Current stable versions for F8 are:
> libusb-0.1.12-10.fc8
> pilot-link-0.12.2-18.fc8

Oops. I'm in the same situation. I would like to use my Palm Z22 with
jpilot. See this mail also:
https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/2008-March/msg02526.html
It works as root, but not as a normal user. What am I missing?
Zoltan

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Old 03-26-2008, 10:19 PM
"Y Uanlux"
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 11:51 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
<pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 18:17 -0700, Les wrote:
> > HI, folks,
> > I have been trying everything I can find, but cannot successfully sync
> > my Z22, nor my wife's M500. I have read countless messages, edited the
> > USB rules, achieved getting the /dev/palm entry up, but still cannot
> [...]
>
> > pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
>
> Is it /dev/palm or /dev/pilot?
>
> That aside, you definitely want to get a recent version of pilot-link
> (the underlying package that jpilot, kpilot, gnome-pilot etc. are based
> on) and use libusb instead of the visor kernel module. Also make sure
> visor isn't being loaded ("lsmod|grep visor" as root to check) and set
> up jpilot to use "usb:" as its device rather than /dev/whatever. This is
> both faster and much more reliable.
>

Can this solution apply to Palm T5?

> Current stable versions for F8 are:
> libusb-0.1.12-10.fc8
> pilot-link-0.12.2-18.fc8
>
> poc
>
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Old 03-27-2008, 01:57 AM
"Patrick O'Callaghan"
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 10:19 +1100, Y Uanlux wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 11:51 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
> <pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 18:17 -0700, Les wrote:
> > > HI, folks,
> > > I have been trying everything I can find, but cannot successfully sync
> > > my Z22, nor my wife's M500. I have read countless messages, edited the
> > > USB rules, achieved getting the /dev/palm entry up, but still cannot
> > [...]
> >
> > > pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
> >
> > Is it /dev/palm or /dev/pilot?
> >
> > That aside, you definitely want to get a recent version of pilot-link
> > (the underlying package that jpilot, kpilot, gnome-pilot etc. are based
> > on) and use libusb instead of the visor kernel module. Also make sure
> > visor isn't being loaded ("lsmod|grep visor" as root to check) and set
> > up jpilot to use "usb:" as its device rather than /dev/whatever. This is
> > both faster and much more reliable.
> >
>
> Can this solution apply to Palm T5?

Try it. I use a T|X so my suggestion was not specific to the OP's Z22 or
M500.

poc

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Old 03-27-2008, 02:10 AM
"Y Uanlux"
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 1:57 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
<pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 10:19 +1100, Y Uanlux wrote:
> > On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 11:51 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
> > <pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 18:17 -0700, Les wrote:
> > > > HI, folks,
> > > > I have been trying everything I can find, but cannot successfully sync
> > > > my Z22, nor my wife's M500. I have read countless messages, edited the
> > > > USB rules, achieved getting the /dev/palm entry up, but still cannot
> > > [...]
> > >
> > > > pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
> > >
> > > Is it /dev/palm or /dev/pilot?
> > >
> > > That aside, you definitely want to get a recent version of pilot-link
> > > (the underlying package that jpilot, kpilot, gnome-pilot etc. are based
> > > on) and use libusb instead of the visor kernel module. Also make sure
> > > visor isn't being loaded ("lsmod|grep visor" as root to check) and set
> > > up jpilot to use "usb:" as its device rather than /dev/whatever. This is
> > > both faster and much more reliable.
> > >
> >
> > Can this solution apply to Palm T5?
>
> Try it. I use a T|X so my suggestion was not specific to the OP's Z22 or
> M500.
>

I set up device at jpilot as usb: and blaclisted visor

when I tried to sync i got these error:

****************************************
Syncing on device usb:any
Press the HotSync button now
****************************************
pi_bind error: usb: No such file or directory
Check your serial port and settings
Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
Finished

the system log showed :


usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 11
usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
usb 4-1: USB disconnect, address 11
usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 12
usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
usb 4-1: USB disconnect, address 12
usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 13
usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
usb 4-1: USB disconnect, address 13
usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 14
usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice

where to go now?
Y

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Old 03-27-2008, 12:57 PM
"Patrick O'Callaghan"
 
Default syncing Z22 with jpilot

On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 14:10 +1100, Y Uanlux wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 27, 2008 at 1:57 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
> <pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, 2008-03-27 at 10:19 +1100, Y Uanlux wrote:
> > > On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 11:51 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
> > > <pocallaghan@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > On Fri, 2008-03-21 at 18:17 -0700, Les wrote:
> > > > > HI, folks,
> > > > > I have been trying everything I can find, but cannot successfully sync
> > > > > my Z22, nor my wife's M500. I have read countless messages, edited the
> > > > > USB rules, achieved getting the /dev/palm entry up, but still cannot
> > > > [...]
> > > >
> > > > > pi_bind error: /dev/pilot Invalid argument
> > > >
> > > > Is it /dev/palm or /dev/pilot?
> > > >
> > > > That aside, you definitely want to get a recent version of pilot-link
> > > > (the underlying package that jpilot, kpilot, gnome-pilot etc. are based
> > > > on) and use libusb instead of the visor kernel module. Also make sure
> > > > visor isn't being loaded ("lsmod|grep visor" as root to check) and set
> > > > up jpilot to use "usb:" as its device rather than /dev/whatever. This is
> > > > both faster and much more reliable.
> > > >
> > >
> > > Can this solution apply to Palm T5?
> >
> > Try it. I use a T|X so my suggestion was not specific to the OP's Z22 or
> > M500.
> >
>
> I set up device at jpilot as usb: and blaclisted visor
>
> when I tried to sync i got these error:
>
> ****************************************
> Syncing on device usb:any
> Press the HotSync button now
> ****************************************
> pi_bind error: usb: No such file or directory
> Check your serial port and settings
> Exiting with status SYNC_ERROR_BIND
> Finished
>
> the system log showed :
>
>
> usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 11
> usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
> usb 4-1: USB disconnect, address 11
> usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 12
> usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
> usb 4-1: USB disconnect, address 12
> usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 13
> usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
> usb 4-1: USB disconnect, address 13
> usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 14
> usb 4-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
>
> where to go now?

Do you have libusb installed ("yum install libusb")? Also, you should
have /etc/udev/rules.d/60-libpisock.rules and *not*
have /etc/udev/rules.d/10-visor.rules.

poc

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