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    Please help me get my Palm TX running!!

    I so totally need help to get my Palm TX up and running on my arch. I have followed multiple guides on the forums and looked up a couple for different distros here, but there is something I am doing wrong. Here is my udev for the palm:

    BUS=="usb", SYSFS{product}=="Palm Handheld*", KERNEL=="ttyUSB[02468]", SYMLINK+="pilot", NAME="%k", GROUP="uucp", MODE="0660", OWNER="My Palmname"
    I have added the module 'visor' to modules entry in /etc/rc.conf
    I have added myself both to the group tty and uucp

    Perhaps my udev rule needs to look differently?

    And just so I ain't screwing up something basic- after having started jpilot, hotsync should start by pressing the hotsync on my palm, without having to press anything in the jpilot program, right? Pressing the hotsync button in jpilot only gives me an "add / remove files" option, but no button to initiate hotsync.

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    I've had a similar problem with my creative zen, what you can try to do is change the "MODE=0660" entry to "MODE=666"...if this doesn't work you can try doing the same only for the udev default rules, where you can search for the usb devices and change that MODE to 666. It worked for me...also can you use your device as root ?

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