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install-memo




SYNOPSIS

       install-memo [-p <port>] [-rt] [-c <category>] [<filename>
       ...]


DESCRIPTION

       install-memo allows the user to write one or more files as
       a new memo or memos, respectively, onto the Palm handheld.


OPTIONS

       -p, --port <port>
              Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm
              handheld.  If this is not specified, will look  for
              the  $PILOTPORT  environment  variable. If both are
              not found or supplied, install-expenses  will  fall
              back to /dev/pilot.

       -h, --help
              Display the help synopsis for install-memo.

       -v, --version
              Display version of install-memo.

       -c, <category>
              Install  memo(s)  to category defined by <category>
              by default. Normally install-memo uses the  Unfiled
              category  as the default category if no category is
              chosen.

       -r, --replace
              Replace all memos in the category specified by  the
              -c <category> option.

       -t     Use  the  filename as the title for the memo. (Nor­
              mally, the first line of a  memo  is  used  as  the
              title if one is not supplied with the -t option).
              The Palm Device has a maximum length of 4,096 bytes
              (4k) on memopad entries, if you wish to retain  the
              ability  to  edit  the Memo (add/remove/change data
              within the memo) on the Palm itself. You can create
              a  memo entry of 65,490 bytes in size (the absolute
              maximum) if you do not need to edit the memo  entry
              any  further  on  the  Palm device itself. Any memo
              larger than 4,096 bytes and less than 65,490  bytes
              will  not  be editable on the Palm itself. Consider
              these memo entries "read-only".

              This is not specifically a "bug", but a  limitation
              in the PalmOS design itself.

       REPORTING BUGS

              Report bugs at http://bugs.pilot-link.org/


AUTHOR

       install-memo  was  originally  written  by  Damien P. Neil
       <neild@rpi.edu>.


SEE ALSO

       memos(1)

(c) FSF 1996-2003      pilot-link - 0.11.8        install-memo(1)
  
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