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Re: Linux Pilot Archives - GPlilot/JPilot

__/ [Carl Fink] on Friday 21 October 2005 03:28 \__

> On 2005-10-21, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I am synchronising with Ubuntu in two places, so it's JPilot, which the
>> Palm log recognises as gnome-pilot (version 2.0.12 if it matters). I am
>> willing to use kplilot on SuSE if it would help. I quite like the
>> front-end.
> On my Debian Etch box, Jpilot backups are in ~/.jpilot/Backup and are named
> "Archive_yyyy-mm-dd@hh:mm:ss".  Is that what you're looking for?

Well, that's something that I came across when I did some Web searches. That

roy@dialup:~ $ ls .jp*
ls: .jp*: No such file or directory
roy@dialup:~ $ ls .gp*

roy@dialup:~ $ cd .gpilotd
roy@dialup:~/.gpilotd $ ls -la
total 8
drwx------    2 roy      roy          4096 2005-05-27 14:25 .
drwxr-xr-x   27 roy      roy          4096 2005-10-21 03:42 ..
roy@dialup:~/.gpilotd $ 

I already synchronised several times in the past with that Ubuntu box. I'd
like to keep a trail of things I did as I often re-use or refer back to past

Very many thanks for your time. I would appreciate further suggestions. In
the mean time, data gets purged permanently, which makes me generally
uncomfortable and sometimes sad.

Would KPilot archive anything? I would not want to set it all up in vain...


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