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Cogs can think.

I'm a mere, tiny, insignificant cog in a whole clockwork of stupidity.
The little cog that wanted to break free, I am.

Damn Gnome-pilot

This is so frustrating. No matter WHAT I do, there is NO FCUKING WAY to get my PalmOne Tungsten E2 to sync in Linux/Gnome. All proper modules are loaded, all HOWTOs have been followed to the letter, and still it refuses to work.

Funny thing is, it's not only the E2 that has problems; there are a lot of people who are unable to connect *any* PDA to Linux/Gnome via USB. Kpilot does its job much better (I got the thing to sync there, but only by help from Eugenia a few weeks back). What good is it to include Gnome-pilot in any distribution IF IT DOESN'T FCUKING WORK?? Jesus, you Linux folks should really learn to "do it right or don't do it" instead of "do it any possible way, no matter if it works".

This is really annoying the shit out of me. It are these little things that make you really HATE Linux. Like that TV card I bought, that happened to be of a series which uses a different decoder chip than other series of the same model. That's why it didn't work... I'm really not getting this; how many USB-enabled Palm models are actually there to create support for??
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