Description of problem:
When I try to synchronize the empty address book of my Sony Clié PEG-NX60
(connected via the USB cradle) with an empty directory, msynctool crashes with a
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Every time (for me)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Delete ~/.opensync .
msynctool --addgroup TestPalm
msynctool --addmember TestPalm file-sync
msynctool --addmember TestPalm palm-sync
msynctool --configure TestPalm 1 # path: ~/pim/test1, objtype: contact
msynctool --configure TestPalm 2 # sockaddr: "usb:", leave the rest alone
msynctool --discover TestPalm 1
msynctool --discover TestPalm 2
3. Run the synchronization:
OSYNC_TRACE=~/pim/trace OSYNC_PRIVACY=1 gdb --args msynctool --sync TestPalm
# Put the PDA in the cradle and press the HotSync button.
msynctool crashes with a segmentation fault; see the attachment.
The synchronization completes successfully with no change to either side (since
both are empty).
I can synchronize two directories fine, so I think the problem is on the Palm
plugin side. The problem may just be with my Palm device, but if it can be
reproduced with other devices, it may be worth investigating. I believe the
synchronization worked fine with the Fedora 8 packages.
Created attachment 305878 [details]
Tarball of terminal output, backtrace, & opensync traces
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