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Fail 1: syncevolution (including sync-ui) from upstream debs:
deb http://downloads.syncevolution.org/apt unstable main
Funambol -> "Set up now":
Use settings from funambol installation, see Funambol part 1
Password MYPASSWORD Server address: https://192.168.178.21:8080/funambol/ds Tasks/Appointments URI: cal (instead of "task/event", unsure what is correct)
Contacts URI: card
Fairly recently I've really been learning about the Linux community and the "human part" if you will of the GNU\Linux world, from the businesses like Canonical, SUSE, and Red Hat to the Debian social contract and LSF. Also, I've read up on the future of Desktops and Handhelds and examined Linux Desktop distros from the deep past (remember DemoLinux?)
Twenty years ago Linux Tarvalds started the Linux kernel. At first, it was "nothing big" and was simply...
I'm pritty much into new technologies, but when it goes down to mobile phone industry... oh well I own a Nokia that is 5 years old. Reason? It has all I need. It makes phone calls, it can receive calls, I can send/receive text messages, has an alarm, and I can set up reminders. Yep, that's about it. Ah yes, and it lasts on single charge for about a week!
Today I saw an article about new 'big-little' ARM that may hit the market next year or so... saves about 70% of energy so the smartphone...