alon.barlev at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 08:40:35 CDT 2008
You are migrating incorrectly!
You should use Wine as last option, prefer native applications.
Most phones provide standard bluetooth interface to transfer files.
If your phone is special, check out the gammu project.
On 6/4/08, Ian Sinclair <Ian_Sinclair at talktalk.net> wrote:
> I have been migrating from WinXP to Ubuntu Linux, and all but one of my
> essential applications can be accommodated. The exception in the PC Sync
> software for my mobile phone, which I need to download photos to the
> computer. The setup disc runs under WINE, but the sync screen does not work,
> presumably because USB drivers cannot be set up (the phone memory is not
> accessible from Windows Explorer, so it probably doesn't use the normal USB
> The other gripe is that recently, installing WINE does not produce any entry
> in the applications list, and now it doesn't even have a .wine entry in the
> filing system.
> Look as if I might have to have an old Windows boot disc (probably Me) just
> to use this one piece of software.
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