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Re: kitchensync + syncML over OBEX client

Am Mittwoch 07 November 2007 schrieb Wolfgang Mader:
> Am Dienstag 06 November 2007 23:37:51 schrieb Hendrik Sattler:
> > Am Dienstag 06 November 2007 schrieb Wolfgang Mader:
> > > I have an new LG Shine mobile phone an want to sync this device with
> > > kde KDE-pim apps. I found kitchensync to be (hopefully) the right tool.
> > > I can connect the phone via usb to my computer. So I wanted to use the
> > > syncML over OBEX client. This modules asks for the usb interface on
> > > which the mobile found is to be found.
> > >
> > > I can mount the phone with /dev/sdb1. But I can not figure out which is
> > > the usb interface expected from kitchensync. Any ideas?
> >
> > What makes you think that your mobile phone exports the proper USB
> > descriptor? It is highly unlikely that USB mass-storage and UBS-OBEX (via
> > CDC) are supported at the same time.
> Hmm, I do not know if my mobile phone supports OBEX, but this was the only
> protokoll in kitchensync which seems to use usb, and I have an usb-cable
> for my phone. I have never had a phone befor which was able to sync with
> the pc. Perhaps I have to read a bit. Can you please point me to the right
> documentation?

You could try running "obexftp -u" (as root). It will tell you if there is a 
supported USB device. If it finds one as root but not as your user, you have 
to play some udev magic.


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