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For some time now, my favorite toy has been a little device called the PalmPilot, built by U.S. Robotics. This little device, apart from being extremely neat for a technological gadget fanatic like me, has actually been useful for keeping track of appointments, lists of things to do, addresses, and (of course) for playing games. Besides, it provides yet another platform to program in.
So this page is devoted to that little gadget. Here you will find information that I have collected over time, pointers to resources, and any other thing that I can think of.
Fortunately, lots of other people were in the same situation than me before me, and a number of efforts were started to provide Pilot Unix users with appropriate tools without having to downgrade ourselves to using inferior computing platforms.
The software for Unix is still under heavy development, but it has shown to be quite stable, and although documentation is sparse, getting things to work is not very hard. To help with the process, I have put together step by step instructions for getting started with your Pilot on Unix, getting and installing the main tools.
I have provided simple step by step instructions for getting and compiling all the tools you need to develop Pilot applications under Unix.
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