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Connecting to a Linux machine

Just wondering if it's possible to connect my pocket pc (Casio em500) to my Linux box. I'm running Mandrake 9.0. How does one do this? Reply With Quote

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Have you ever heard of wine? You can install wine for free and see if the program that allows you to interface the device to a PC will work. There also could be some linux programs that will allow you to connect your pocket PC to your PC.

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