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Palm Q's

I have a Palm m105, and a serial hotsync cradle, and the PalmPilot connectivity software that came with RH Linux 7.1. I can't get it to work! I don't know what to put in the fields, etc! what should i do?!?!?!? how do i install applications?!?!?! i have to use the iMacs at school and my Windows partition at home to do this sorta thing!
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Old 05-15-2002
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