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Old 04-15-2002
Linux PDA

Do a search for the Helio: there is a port of Linux for this PDA (which retails at GBP 50, not sure what it is in the states). I think the port's home is the OSDN or SourceForge ... but don't quote me. Also try the vhl-tools-devel mailing list.
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IRPSION5(8)															       IRPSION5(8)

NAME
irpsion5 - IrDA connectivity to a Psion V PDA SYNOPSIS
irpsion5 [ -s file ] [ -r ] [ -b ] [ -v ] [ -q ] [ -S ms ] [ -D n ] OPTIONS
-s file send file to the Psion -r receive a file from the Psion -b receive multiple files (batch mode) -v verbose mode, progress indication -q quiet mode, no progress indication -S ms set discovery slot timeout, standard 80ms, default 120ms -D n debug level DESCRIPTION
N.N. irpsion5 must be run as root or installed setuid root, as it requires root privileges. EXAMPLES
N.N. DIAGNOSTICS
Error: unknown switch %s Call without args for usage: %s SEE ALSO
irattach(8), irdaping(8), irdadump(8), findchip(8), irpsion5(8), modprobe(8) Linux/IrDA Project http://irda.sourceforge.net -*- Linux/IrDA-Tutorial http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Jean_Tourrilhes/IrDA/index.html -*- Infrared-HOWTO http://tuxmobil.org/howtos.html AUTHOR
This manual page is written by Werner Heuser <wehe@tuxmobil.org>. It is based on the READMEs from irda-utils by the Linux/IrDA Project and the Linux/IrDA-Tutorial. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2001 Werner Heuser Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL), Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts. 03 July 2006 IRPSION5(8)