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I had my palm running fine with FC5 and then had to reinstall for a larger disk. I kept the old information for reference so I could duplicate it on the second go around. This time, I cant' get my palm to sync. I have created a 10-visor.rules file with the following:
What version of udev are you using? Somewhere in the not so distant past, udev changed the syntax of rules. Essentially if you are looking for a value to match, you need to use == in the rule, where as if you are assigning a value, you use =. So for example, in your rule BUS = "usb" may not be correct. You may need to use BUS == "usb".
I guess I'm wondering if somehow your rule is being ignored and some other udev rule is being followed.