kevin at foreverdean.info
Mon Feb 18 18:04:43 CET 2008
I'm not uber-versed in Evolution since OM is my first use of it,
honestly. Having looked at the XML output, it appears as if there are
some X-Evolution and X-OpenMoko fields (I'm assuiming these work like
e-mail headers in that X- is effectively ignored unless specifically
requested by the app).
In any case, names, nicknames and phone numbers DO cross over without
issues. The categories do NOT. I'm sure some of the other stuff also
would either not be carried over or would simply be ignored, but for
the most basic stuff that I use, it works.
On Feb 18, 2008 11:59 AM, Peter Brewer <peterbrewer.uk at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Does it use the exact same database format as evolution, what I mean is, if I
> were to type all my contacts into evolution. The copy the db file onto the
> openmoko phone, open some contacts and copy them back, would my data be
> On Monday 18 February 2008 16:46:48 Kevin Dean wrote:
> > I flash my images daily to review what changes in the default.
> > For me, I simply scp -R /media to my PC and then do the same with /home
> > In addition to making an "off site backup" it also allows me to use
> > that to synchronize my Evolution contacts since I find putting them in
> > Evolution is quicker than tapping them out on the Neo.
> > On Feb 18, 2008 10:42 AM, Joe Pfeiffer <joseph at pfeifferfamily.net> wrote:
> > > Peter Brewer writes:
> > > >Got networking working now, so happy about that. In the ssh'ed into the
> > > > phone and changed the vi file from there.
> > > >
> > > >Does anyone know how you copy a file over ssh from the phone to a
> > > > desktop.
> > >
> > > rsync (a very general synchronization solution) or scp (cp over ssh).
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