Hi. After some research, I've decided to go with jPilot (http://jpilot.org/
), being the most "Palm Desktop"-like application and having the features that I like: fast, small, multiuser-capable, and having all and exactly the same features as my Palm Organizer (I have two of them: one for my wife and one for myself).
The synching was ok, all the "built-in" applications (address book, datebook (including datebook extensions) and todo) worked fine, except for MemoPad. When I try to activate it, jPilot freezes, consuming CPU for a while, and entering in some sort of "freezing" state from which it can't recover. Nothing works, I have to kill the process.
So, the only "oddity" here is that I'm using Cryptopad in my Palm Vx, but my MemoPad built-in application (in my Palm) reads all of them and can change them, in short, all memos work in both applications. The only thing that CryptoPad does is to maintain a separate database (which I'm not interested in having in my desktop for the moment) with the encrypted "memos".
I've downloaded the most recent source tarballs from the website (http://jpilot.org/jpilot-0.99.5.tar.gz
), tried both versions of jPilot (compiled with gtk1 and gtk2), but the behaviour is the same.
I have an updated RedHat 8 system.