July 14th, 2003, 22:24
So anyone know a PDA that can sync up on a BSD box? All I can find on the Agenda is that is syncs up with linux not BSD. Others have varing connectivity to Win(censored) and Linux but not BSD. Any info would be great.

July 15th, 2003, 11:53
Not sure I understand the question, taking it as "what software do you need to sync a PDA with BSD?" Answer is, any PalmOS-based one, and there's tons of sync'ing software for it. There's /usr/ports/palm/coldsync, /usr/ports/palm/gnomepilot, /usr/ports/palm/pilot-link, and several associated utilities in /usr/ports/palm.

Hope that helps.

July 15th, 2003, 17:09
Actually my question was just what I typed but you answered it anyway. I have an agenda but latest on it is that is can sync up with linux and Win but not BSD. If palm PDA's can sync up thats good enough for me.

July 16th, 2003, 12:28
And now I realize that the Agenda is a brand of PDA, not necessarily PalmOS-based. If it has a Linux sync, shouldn't you be able to do it as well in FreeBSD using Linux emulation?