Palm and Ubuntu

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So after a long time of trying and trying I finally got my Palm Z22 to not only be recognized in ubuntu I even got it to sync with Evolution. So all of my calendars, memos, tasks, etc.. are all the same on my palm and my laptop.

Now I am trying to install adobe pdf reader for palm through linux, which may be a little too ambitious! As much as I love my palm z22 , I think that next time I will shell out the extra hundred bucks just so I can have more options and connectivity.

They say you get what you pay for, but I am the kind of person that will milk what he paid for for all that its worth. :)

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