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    NAME
         pilot-link - a suite of tools for  communicating  with  Palm
         Computing,  Inc.  Palm  Devices  as  well  as the Handspring
         Visor, TRGPro, and other devices which conform to this stan-
         dard (PalmOS licensed devices).
    
    DESCRIPTION
         The pilot-link suite of tools contains a series of  conduits
         for moving information to and from your Palm device and your
         desktop or workstation system.
    
    TARGET DEVICE
         All of the pilot-link programs will default to /dev/pilot as
         the  default  serial device used to communicate with a Palm.
         In general, if the environment variable $PILOTPORT  is  set,
         its value will override the default.  A serial device speci-
         fied on the command-line will  be  used  regardless  of  any
         $PILOTPORT setting.
    
         The default connection rate is 9600 baud.  You  are  welcome
         to  try higher baud rates (19200, 38400, 57600 or higher) by
         setting the $PILOTRATE  environment  variable,  but  various
         machines have various limitations.  (Be careful about values
         higher than 115200 on Linux boxes if you've been using  set-
         serial to change the multiplier.)
    
    USAGE
         Here is a list of programs available from within the  pilot-
         link package as of the date of this manpage.
    
         addresses
              dump the Palm address book into a  generic  text-output
              format
    
    
         debugsh
              command-line interface to a Palm debug monitor
    
    
         dlpsh
              command-line interface to Palm HotSync  protocol.  This
              is  very  useful  for debugging potential problems with
              your serial port.
    
    
         getrom
              program to fetch ROM using getrom.prc or getrom2.prc
    
    
         getrom.prc
              Palm program to help dump a 512K ROM
    
         getrom2.prc
              Palm program to help dump a 1024K ROM (used for  PalmOS
              2.x)
    
    
         ietf2datebook
              convert  IETF  calendar  to  format  used  by  install-
              datebook
    
    
         install-datebook
              import datebook records from a  text  format  into  the
              Palm
    
    
         install-memo
              import Memo records from a text format into the Palm
    
    
         install-todos
              import ToDo records from a text format into the Palm
    
    
         install-user
              modify user name settings (and  report  lots  of  into)
              about the Palm
    
    
         memos
              export memos from the Palm in mailbox format
    
    
         pi-csd
              this must be running to accept Network HotSync(tm) con-
              nects
    
    
         pi-getram
              program that retrieves the RAM from Palm
    
    
         pi-getrom
              program  that  retrieves   ROM   from   Palm   (without
              getrom.prc)
    
    
         pi-nredir
              program that accepts connections and redirects them via
              the Network HotSync(tm) protocol
    
    
         pi-port
              experimental program  to  separate  serial  layer  from
              pilot-link
    
    
         pilot-addresses
              import and export address book to and from your Palm
    
    
         pilot-clip
              experimental program to import  and  export  data  from
              Palm clipboard
    
    
         pilot-debug
              graphical and command-line program  to  interface  with
              Palm debug monitor
    
    
         pilot-dedupe
              strips duplicate records from Palm databases
    
    
         pilot-file
              dissect .prc and .pdb files
    
    
         pilot-mail
              import mail from POP3 mailbox into Palm's default  Mail
              application, and send mail via sendmail.  This has been
              replaced  by  pilot-mailsync  from  Hollis   Blanchard.
              Please  see the CREDITS file for additional information
              on how to obtain this package.
    
    
         pilot-schlep
              store a single file on the Palm
    
    
         pilot-undelete
              turn previously archived records into normal records by
              resetting the Dirty bit
    
    
         pilot-xfer
              back up, restore, install & delete Palm databases.  The
              Swiss Army Chainsaw of pilot-link
    
    
         read-expenses
              export Palm expense database into text format
    
    
         read-ical
              export Palm Datebook and ToDo databases (DatebookDB.pdb
              and  ToDoDB.pdb  respectively)  into  an  Ical calendar
              (ical is required)
    
    
         read-todos
              export Palm ToDo database into generic text format
    
    
         reminders
              export Palm Datebook into a 'remind' data file
    
    
         sync-plan
              completely synchronize the Palm datebook with the  Plan
              calendar via netplan
    
    
    ADVANCED PROGRAMS
         Some of these programs are not  intended  for  general  end-
         users.   More  detailed  documentation on their usage can be
         obtained by reading the source of the application.
    
         ccexample
              test program demonstrating C++ interface
    
         iambicexample
              test program demonstrating C++ interface
    
         validate
              experimental program to test C++ features
    
    
    OBTAINING
         The  most  current  version of the pilot-link suite of tools
         can be found at the following FTP site:
    
              ftp://gnu-designs.com/pub/palm/pilot-link/
    
    MAILING LIST
         The pilot-unix mailing list is maintained by Matthew Cravit.
         Its mandate is:
    
              The pilot-unix  mailing  list  is  for  discussion  and
              idea-sharing  for  those  interested in using your Palm
              PDA with UNIX systems. This  includes  people  who  are
              interested  in  helping  to  develop tools to allow the
              Palm to operate with UNIX, and possibly to  develop  an
              SDK for the Palm for Unix.
    
    
         For more information, including  how  to  subscribe  to  the
         list,  send  mail  containing the word 'INFO' to pilot-unix-
         request@hcirisc.cs.binghamton.edu.  The  subject  line  does
         not matter.
    
    SEE ALSO
         dlpsh(1),  ietf2datebook(1),  install-datebook(1),  install-
         hinote(1),  install-memo(1), install-user(1), pilot-xfer(1),
         read-ical(1),
    
         Pilot-HOWTO(http://www.orbits.com/Pilot/Pilot-HOWTO.html).
    
    AUTHOR
         Most  of  the  pilot-link  tools  were  written  by  Kenneth
         Albanowski.   This  manual  page  was  written  by  David H.
         Silber, and updated for this version of pilot-link by  David
         A. Desrosiers.
    
         Current maintainer of pilot-link as of the authoring of this
         manpage is David A. Desrosiers.
    
         Any questions or problems with pilot-link should be directed
         at  the  pilot-unix mailing list. All patches should be sent
         to pilot-link@gnu-designs.com directly.
    
    
    
    


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