pilot-link error

pilot-link error

Post by papaDo » Sat, 13 Apr 2002 12:19:56


I'm trying to run jpilot under RedHat 7.2 with recompiled kernel 2.4.18
and it does not work.

I have the following error in jpilot window:
pi_bind Illegal seek
Check your serial port and settings
exiting with status -10

in the console:
pi_bind: No such device

I'm suspecting that I forgot to include something in
the kernel because with the default kernel provided with RH7.2 it
is working.

My board is an ASUS A7V and my palm has a serial cradel.

        Merci d'avance.....


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