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read-palmpix


       given.  The default output type is Portable Pixmap (.ppm).


SYNOPSIS

       read-palmpix -p <port> -n <pixname> -t <type>


DESCRIPTION

       read-palmpix allows a Kodak PalmPix camera user to extract
       the  images  from  their Palm handheld and convert them to
       Portable Network Graphic (.png) or Portable Pixmap  (.ppm)
       files on their system.


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 read-palmpix.

       -v, --version
              Display version of read-palmpix.

       -l, --list
              List picture information found on the Palm handheld
              instead of converting the entries  found  to  image
              files.

       -n, --name <pixname>
              Convert  only  pixname to an image file, and output
              to a .ppm or .png.

       -t, --type <type>
              Specify the output  picture  type.  Can  be  either


BUGS

       KNOWN BUGS

              read-palmpix's colour correction is not yet as good
              as  Kodak's  own,  but  Kodak  has  deprecated  the
              PalmPix device, so it is not likely that there will
              be any updates to their software in the future,  so
              this may be as good as it gets.

       REPORTING BUGS

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


AUTHOR

       read-palmpix   was  originally  written  by  Angus Ainslie
       <angusa@deltatee.com>, and updated by John Marshall <jmar­
       shall@acm.org> to include core pilot-link functionality.

(c) FSF 1996-2003      pilot-link - 0.11.8        read-palmpix(1)
  
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