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Bug 243481 - JPilot stops transfer immediately after start. (Reset?)
JPilot stops transfer immediately after start. (Reset?)
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: jpilot (Show other bugs)
i386 Linux
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Assigned To: Ivana Varekova
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Reported: 2007-06-08 18:21 EDT by Adalbert Prokop
Modified: 2007-11-30 17:12 EST (History)
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Last Closed: 2007-06-16 17:47:36 EDT
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Description Adalbert Prokop 2007-06-08 18:21:25 EDT
I can't synchronize my Handspring Visor Deluxe with JPilot. I used this
combination with every previous Fedora version.

The connection seems to be resetted at the time I push the "sychronize" button
in JPilot. pilot-xfer works fine, showing the contents of my Visor (-l) and
fetching some random files (-f). Both programs, pilot-xfer and jpilot, use
/dev/pilot which is a symlink to ttyUSB1. I use a USB docking station.
I've tried to access /dev/ttyUSB1 directly from JPilot with the same result.

The message pane withing JPilot shows
 Syncing on device /dev/ttyUSB1
 Press the HotSync button now
But Visor shows a message about a resetted connection.

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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Push sync button on the docking station
2. Push sync button in JPilot
3. Immediately read a message about a resetted connection on Visor's display
Comment 1 Adalbert Prokop 2007-06-16 17:47:36 EDT
Okay, it seems it was my fault and not a bug.
Today I browsed through JPilot's settings once again and looked closer to the
serial rate option. It was set to 9600. Since it also says "Does not affect USB"
I just ignored it.

But JPilot magically synchronized again after I've set this value to H460800.
The essence: JPilot is not buggy, but the description is highly misleading.

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