[maemo-users] Status of SyncEvolution and PIM applications

From: Sebi Ryffel s.ryffel at gmail.com
Date: Sun Jul 8 11:41:37 EEST 2007

First of all, the n800 is primarily an internet tablet and no organizer. The
nokia people advise you to use google calendar or something similar. I
bought the n800  as a replacement for my  pocket pc and would not be happy
with google calendar.

I use gpe [1] with the packages from [2]. This works quite good. I sync with
Evo using opensync.

Pimlico [3] is an other PIM-suite which is especially optimized for the
n800. But it currently lacks an sync-tool...

There is a maemo SDK [4], to test and debug applications from your pc.
Unfortunately you can not download it without owning an n800, because you
have to provide a mac address of your n800.



[1] http://gpe.linuxtogo.org/
[2] http://www.cobb.uk.net/770/experimental.html
[3] http://pimlico-project.org/

On 7/8/07, Lars Persson Fink <lars_p_fink at yahoo.se> wrote:
> Hi,
> I need to replace my Palm which I heavily depend on and I am thinking of
> buying a N800 (I am also a long time Linux user). Currently I
> synchronize my Palm, mobile phone and my Evolution with ScheduleWorld
> using SyncML.
> I have been trying to find a summary of the status of different PIM
> solutions for the N800 but have not found any.
> What I would like to know is:
> 1. What are the different PIM solutions available?
> 2. What synchronization possibilities are available for them? What is
> their respective status?
> 3. Is there a N800 "simulation"-environment (VMWare for instance) where
> I could test it out OR can I install the N800-environment on my
> Ubuntu-laptop to test them?
> Best regards,
> Lars Persson Fink
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