jbrownfirst at gmail
Mar 24, 2012, 8:16 AM
Post #6 of 8
On 24.03.2012 14:39, Thonacd wrote:
Re: n900 and laptop with Debian: what application to use on laptop for syncing?
[In reply to]
> Le 24. 03. 12 13:58, James Brown a écrit :
>> On 23.03.2012 10:16, Andre Klapper wrote:
>>> On Fri, 2012-03-23 at 10:03 +0000, James Brown wrote:
>>>> I have n900 and laptop(s) with Debian Squeeze (with Gnome 2.3.20).
>>>> As my main e-mail client on my laptop I use Icedove (v. 3.0.11). By
>>>> reasones I don't want to use Evolution.
>>>> What is the better applications for my laptop for store contacts,
>>>> and etc. which can be syncronized with my n900?
>>> See https://wiki.maemo.org/Sync
>> Thank you, but as I see there are no useful information for me.
>> As a paranoid I don't use such thins as 'Google Calendars', 'Ovi' and
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> There still is Funambol that you can install on your computer (or on a
> local server). I've tried it for months. It worked great. It work for
> contacts, calendar, and tasks. The advantage for paranoids like some of
> us is that permit to synchronize with a lot of other devices or
> softwares. And if you need to do something else with it... well, it's
> free software.
> Hope that helps (and excellent question about the IMEI)
> PS: For the IMEI, maybe looking in Debian networks tools (you install
> .deb on N900) or maybe what they say about IMEI on telecomix.org . Happy
> Hacking! ;-)
> Happy Hacking! ;-)
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Very thanks. I will try it.
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