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         * - <a href="korganizer/korgac/html/index.html"><b>korgac</b></a>
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         *   (<a href="korganizer/korgac/html/classes.html">classes</a>)\n
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         *   <i>An alarm client for KOrganizer.</i>
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-        * - <a href="kpilot/kpilot/html/index.html"><b>kpilot</b></a>
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-        *   (<a href="kpilot/kpilot/html/classes.html">classes</a>)\n
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-        *   <i>Synchronizes data with your PalmOS-based handheld.</i>
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 	* </td>
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         * - <a href="libemailfunctions/html/index.html"><b>libemailfunctions</b></a>
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         * - <a href="libkpimidentities/html/index.html"><b>libkpimidentities</b></a>
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         *   (<a href="libkpimidentities/html/classes.html">classes</a>)\n
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         *   <i>A library for managing identities.</i>
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-        * - <a href="kpilot/lib/html/index.html"><b>kpilot library</b></a>
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-        *   (<a href="kpilot/lib/html/classes.html">classes</a>)\n
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-        *   <i>KPilot Library.</i>
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 <sect1 id="pilot">
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 <title>&kpilot;</title>
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 <para>
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-<ulink url="help:kpilot">&kpilot;</ulink>, the &kde; Pilot synchronization
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+&kpilot;, the &kde; Pilot synchronization
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 application.
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 </para>
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-#################################################
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-#
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-#  (C) 2010-2011 Serghei Amelian
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-#  serghei (DOT) amelian (AT) gmail.com
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-#
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-#  Improvements and feedback are welcome
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-#
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-#  This file is released under GPL >= 2
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-#
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-#################################################
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-<chapter id="faq">
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-<title>&FAQ;</title>
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-<sect1 id="faq-crash">
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-<title>&kpilot; Startup Problems</title>
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-<question>
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-What do I put after <option>--debug</option>?
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-</question>
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-<answer>
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-<para>
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-Nothing. Most versions of &kpilot; don't even have
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-a <option>--debug</option> option, and will complain if you use it.
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-For those versions that <emphasis>do</emphasis> have it,
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-use a value between 1 and 4, which will control the
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-amount of debugging printed (a little).
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-Using a value of 1 will print a fairly complete call trace
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-without the really-boring functions, while 4 will include every trivial
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-function in all of &kpilot;.
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-<qandaentry id="faq-connection">
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-<question>
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-&kpilot; says <errorname>Can't connect to pilot</errorname>
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-<para>
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-This can have various causes. Check that:
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-	The pilot device (usually <filename
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-	class="devicefile">/dev/pilot</filename>) exists and points to the
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-	serial port the &PalmPilot; is actually connected to.
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-	To link the &PalmPilot; device to the correct serial port, you can
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-	<filename
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-	class="devicefile">/dev/ttyS<replaceable>n</replaceable></filename>
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-	in the <guilabel>Pilot Device</guilabel> field in the <link
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-	linkend="page-general">setup dialog</link> or (preferably) link
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-	<filename class="devicefile">/dev/pilot</filename> to
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-	<filename
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-	class="devicefile">/dev/ttyS<replaceable>n</replaceable></filename>
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-	<command>ln</command>
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-	<option>-s</option>
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-	<parameter>/dev/ttyS<replaceable>n</replaceable></parameter>
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-	<parameter>/dev/pilot</parameter></userinput>
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-	Here <filename
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-	class="devicefile">/dev/ttyS<replaceable>n</replaceable></filename>
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-	is the name
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-	of the serial port; replace <replaceable>n</replaceable>
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-	with the correct number (usually 0 or 1).
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-	Check that you have permission to read and write to the serial port.
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-	<userinput>
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-	<command>chmod</command>
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-	<option>666</option>
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-	<parameter>/dev/ttyS<replaceable>n</replaceable></parameter>
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-<listitem>
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-<para>
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-	Try starting the daemon by hand before starting &kpilot;.
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-<para>
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-	(For &Linux-Mandrake; 7 systems) Check the system security level:
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-	settings higher than 3 prevent some forms of inter-process
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-	communication which are necessary for &kpilot; to
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-	(<emphasis>&Linux-Mandrake; security information
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-	courtesy of Jay Summett</emphasis>)
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-	To set your
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-	&kpilot; socket (for connections to localhost) you can
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-	<ulink url="http://www.linux-mandrake.com/userguide/en/reference/017.html#157">
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-reference guide</ulink>.
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-Certain databases (from third-party software manufacturers)
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-	<entry>Launcher (the &PalmPilot;'s main menu)</entry>
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-on the subject of <acronym>PIM</acronym> in general. &kpilot; shares the
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-tdepim-users mailing list, <email>tdepim-users@kde.org</email>. See <ulink
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-changes in the &handheld; data and the &kde; applications will be <link
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-that &kpilot; uses, focusing on the &kpilot; daemon functionality.
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-You may sync your &handheld; using the <link linkend="builtin">internal
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-viewers</link> and / or <link linkend="conduits">conduits</link>, depending
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-on your personal preferences. Conduits allow external applications to interface
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-This chapter describes the usage of &kpilot;'s main window; as a viewer
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-&kpilot; starts up with a splash screen, and then switches to showing the
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-The main window contains the application menu, which we will deal with here.
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-The <guimenu>file</guimenu> menu contains the synchronization menu items. Note
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-as on the &PalmPilot;.
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-</para>
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-
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-<para>
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-The <guibutton>Edit Record...</guibutton> dialog allows you to edit the
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-<guilabel>Last Name</guilabel>, <guilabel>First Name</guilabel>,
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-<guilabel>Company</guilabel>, &etc; fields, just as if you where using your
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-&handheld;.  Click the <guibutton>New Record...</guibutton> button to
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-open the same dialog, but instead of editing the current selected record, a new
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-address will be added to the list. Click the
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-<guibutton>Delete Record</guibutton> button to remove the selected address
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-<note><para>
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-If you create new address and decide that
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-you do not want to have it on the &PalmPilot;
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-you must perform a &HotSync; (copying the address
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-to the &PalmPilot;) and then delete the address record
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-from the &PalmPilot; or the viewer, and &HotSync; again. It is not possible to
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-delete newly-added records from the built-in applications.
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-</para></note>
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-</sect2>
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-
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-<title>The Memo Viewer</title>
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-<para>
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-The memo application allows you to view the memos on your &PalmPilot;,
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-export them to text files, import new ones to be installed the next
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-time you &HotSync;, or edit existing ones.
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-</para>
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-
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-<screenshot>
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-<screeninfo>Memo Viewer Application</screeninfo>
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-<imageobject><imagedata fileref="memo-app.png" format="PNG"/></imageobject>
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-<textobject><phrase>The Memo Viewer Application</phrase></textobject>
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-<caption><para>The Memo Viewer Application</para></caption>
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-</mediaobject>
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-</screenshot>
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-<para>
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-The memo application has a drop down box
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-for the memo categories defined in the &PalmPilot;.
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-Here category <quote>All</quote> is selected.
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-Underneath the drop down box is a list of memo titles.
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-These are the first lines of the memos, just like
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-in the &PalmPilot; memo application.
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-Clicking on one of the memo titles in the list
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-box will display it in the text box labelled
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-<guilabel>Memo Text:</guilabel> to the right.
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-</para>
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-
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-<para>
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-When a memo is selected, you can use the buttons
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-<guibutton>Export Memo...</guibutton> and
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-<guibutton>Delete Memo</guibutton>
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-to export the selected memo to a file
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-or to delete the selected memo.
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-Exporting a memo requires
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-you to give a filename; the memo
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-is written to that file.
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-Take care not to overwrite existing files with this action.
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-Deleting a memo does not affect the &PalmPilot;
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-until the next &HotSync;.
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-</para>
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-
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-<para>
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-The
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-<guibutton>Import Memo...</guibutton>
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-button allows you to read a text file and
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-add it &mdash; as a memo &mdash; to the &PalmPilot;.
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-Importing a memo does not take effect until
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-the next &HotSync;.
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-<!--
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-<note><para>
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-If you import a memo and decide that
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-you do not want to have it on the &PalmPilot;
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-you must perform a &HotSync; (copying the memo
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-to the &PalmPilot;) and then delete the memo record
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-from the &PalmPilot; or the viewer, and &HotSync; again. It is not possible to
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-delete newly-added records from the built-in applications.
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-</para></note>
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--->
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-</para>
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-</sect2>
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-
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-<sect2 id="db-app">
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-<title>The Generic DB Viewer</title>
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-
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-<para>
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-In short, databases are all files stored in your &handheld;. A database
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-can be either a record database, which stores dynamic information created by the
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-user (for instance, the addresses or the todo information), or a resource
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-database, which tend to be static (for instance the applications).
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-</para>
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-
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-<para>
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-The Generic DB Viewer is a tool to view and analyze databases stored on
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-your handheld, especially record databases. It helps a lot creating new conduits
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-and to debug existing ones.
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-
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-<warning><para>
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-While it is possible use the database viewer to edit, add and delete records, you
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-should really know what you are doing, otherwise you may damage your data. Use
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-the viewer applications or conduits to edit your &handheld; data instead, in a
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-normal usage scenario.
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-</para></warning>
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-
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-</para>
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-
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-
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-
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-<screenshot>
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-<screeninfo>The Generic DB Viewer</screeninfo>
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-<mediaobject>
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-<imageobject><imagedata fileref="db-app.png" format="PNG"/></imageobject>
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-<textobject><phrase>The Generic DB Viewer</phrase></textobject>
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-<caption><para>The Generic DB Viewer</para></caption>
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-</mediaobject>
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-</screenshot>
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-
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-</sect2>
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-
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-<sect2 id="installer-app">
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-<title>The File Installer</title>
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-<para>
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-Just hit the
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-<guibutton>Add File...</guibutton> button to add a file to the
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-<guilabel>Files to Install:</guilabel> list. These files will
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-be installed on your &PalmPilot; during the next &HotSync; if
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-<guilabel>Sync Files</guilabel>
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-is checked in the conduits section of the
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-<link linkend="configure">configuration dialog</link>.
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-If you choose not to
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-install these files on the &PalmPilot;, just hit
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-<guibutton>Clear List</guibutton>
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-to remove any pending files.
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-</para>
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-
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-<para>
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-If you are using the &HotSync; Daemon you may drag and
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-drop files or &URL;s
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-onto the docked icon on the toolbar. The file installer application also
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-supports dragging and dropping into the <guilabel>Files to Install:</guilabel>area.
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-Provided <guilabel>Sync Files</guilabel> is checked in the
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-<link linkend="page-general">settings dialog</link> they
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-will be installed the next time you HotSync.
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-</para>
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-
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-<tip>
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-<para>An internal copy of the
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-file is kept, so you can even drag and drop &URL;s from
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-&konqueror;!
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-</para>
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-</tip>
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-
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-<screenshot>
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-<screeninfo>The File Installer</screeninfo>
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-<mediaobject>
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-<imageobject><imagedata fileref="file-app.png" format="PNG"/></imageobject>
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-<textobject><phrase>The File Installer</phrase></textobject>
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-<caption><para>The File Installer</para></caption>
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-</mediaobject>
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-</screenshot>
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-
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-</sect2>
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-</sect1>
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-
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-</chapter>
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