Although I've had a Palm (Tungsten T2) for quite some time I haven't really been using it actively. However I've found recently that I need something that falls between my mobile phone and my laptop in terms of mobility and power, so it's been dusted off and is coming back into use. By default the Palm comes with software to integrate with Windows and Mac, but there doesn't … [Read more...] about Palm on Ubuntu with Kpilot
What would you consider to be essential tools for your PDA? The standard applications that ship with it leave a lot to be desired. Obvious ones: SSH client: The only one I've found that is anyway usable is PSSH. It works fine, but the default display setting will make you go blind, so change them as soon as you can. Java: You can grab a Palm specific version over at PalmOne. … [Read more...] about Essential Software?
I got a Palm Tungsten T2 a few months ago, which is very handy if I'm on the move. It has bluetooth support, so I can easily pair it with my Nokia and connect over GPRS. One of the more useful things that I could use the Palm for would be SSH access, but trying to type commands on the Palm's builtin "virtual" keyboard is far too frustrating. The solution was to get a portable … [Read more...] about New Toys :: Palm