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NAME

       pilot-install-netsync  -  reads  or  sets  the  Network  Preferences information on a Palm
       Device.

SECTION

       pilot-link: Userland conduits

SYNOPSIS

        pilot-install-netsync [-p|--port <port>] [--version] [-?|--help]  [--usage]  [-q|--quiet]
       [-e|--enable]   [-d|--disable]   [-n|--name    name]  [-a|--address   address]  [-m|--mask
       netmask]

DESCRIPTION

        pilot-install-netsync allows the user to read or change the Network Preferences stored on
       the Palm.

OPTIONS

   pilot-install-netsync options
                               -e, --enable

       Enable  the LanSync operation (Used for performing a "Network" HotSync (synchronize across
       the Internet for example) instead of "Local" HotSync).

                               -d, --disable

       Disable the LANSync setting on the Palm

                               -a,
                               --address=address

       Set the IP address of the remote machine you wish to connect  to  via  "Network"  HotSync.
       This  is  not  the  IP  address  of the Palm device itself. In most cases the Palm will be
       assigned an IP address automatically by your desktop or server-side configuration.

                               -n,
                               --name hostname

       Sets the hostname of the remote machine you wish to connect to via "Network" HotSync. This
       is not the hostname of the Palm device itself.

                               -i,
                               --ip ip

       This option is no longer supported in 0.12 - see -a, --address.

                               -m,
                               --mask netmask

       Set  the  netmask of the remote machine you wish to connect to via "Network" HotSync. This
       is not the netmask address of the Palm device itself, it  should  be  assigned  a  netmask
       value at connection time, based on your desktop or server-side configuration.

   Conduit Options
                               -p, --port lt;port>

       Use  device  file  <port> to communicate with the Palm handheld. If this is not specified,
       pilot-install-netsync will look for the  $PILOTPORT  environment variable. If neither  are
       found or supplied, pilot-install-netsync will print the usage information.

                               -q,
                               --quiet

       Suppress 'Hit HotSync button' message

                               -v, --version

       Display version of pilot-install-netsync and exit without connecting.

   Help Options
                               -h, --help

       Display the help synopsis for pilot-install-netsync and exit without connecting.

                               --usage

       Display a brief usage message and exit without connecting.

USAGE

       The  program  will  connect  to  a  target  Palm handheld, and read and display or set the
       Network Preferences information specified or display the Network Preferences stored on the
       Palm device.

EXAMPLE

        -p  usb:  -H  "NEPTUNE"  -a  10.0.1.10  -n  255.255.255.0

AUTHOR

        pilot-install-netsync  was  created  from  the  original  pilot-install-user  application
       originally written by D. Jeff Dionne <jeff@RyeHam.ee.ryerson.ca>, and  was  split  into  a
       separate conduit by JP Rosevear < jpr@ximian.com > .

       This manual page was converted to XML by Neil Williams <linux@codehelp.co.uk>

REPORTING BUGS

       We  have  an  online  bug tracker. Using this is the only way to ensure that your bugs are
       recorded and that we can track them until they are resolved or closed. Reporting bugs  via
       email,  while  easy,  is  not  very  useful  in terms of accountability. Please point your
       browser to http://bugs.pilot-link.org: http://bugs.pilot-link.org and report your bugs and
       issues there.

COPYRIGHT

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License as  published  by  the  Free  Software  Foundation;  either
       version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

       This  program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
       without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR  PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.

       You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program;
       if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor,  Boston,
       MA 02110-1301, USA.

SEE ALSO

        pilot-install-user(1), pilot-link(7).