[clug-talk] QUESTION RE; KONTACT

Gustin Johnson gustin at echostar.ca
Wed Apr 22 09:54:32 PDT 2009


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Dan Mueller wrote:
> I have a eeepc with contact on it and my desktop pc with contact on
> it aswell. Im wondering if there is a easy way that I can have the
> same contact list on both the desktop and the eeepc. I know that I
> can import and export but that would be a pain to do every time. If I
> use it in the desktop and change or add some contacts I would like to
> easily take from there and use as saved on my eeepc.
> 
Perhaps look into opensync, I have never used it but it looks like it
might be what you are looking for.

I use the Zindus plugin for Mozilla Thunderbird, it syncs my Thunderbird
contacts with Google.

> 
> Also, installed the easypeasey distro and I like it. Everything works
>  so far. Synaptic loads add ons without complaining at all.  I took
> the advise from someone from the clug that said use banshee for mi
> ipod. It works good. I can see everything on the ipod but when I try
> to transfer either way the arrow moves when I drag but than go’s back
> as soon as I release the button. It wont transfer. Iny ideas or other
> input on another program that will let me transfer from eeepc to
> either ipod nano or classic with 120g hdd. Song bird on the
> easypeasey distro seems to look just like itunes but I cant get it to
> see my ipod when plugged in.
> 
I have a 2nd Gen Ipod nano that works with Amarok.  I copy music to and
from it without issue, as long as it never sees iTunes (iTunes will
remove all music added by Amarok).

The new nanos, touch, and classic are not supported, though I imagine
they will be sooner or later.  My next mp3 player will not be one from
Apple, I am tired of this dance.
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