Projects / SynCE-KDE


SynCE-KDE is a PC / Windows CE connection service application like ActiveSync. It consists of three sub-projects: a full-featured KIOSlave for browsing the PDA (RAPIP), a panel applet for accessing the PDA (RAKI), and a daemon which listens for PDA connections (VDCCM).

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  13 Apr 2008 15:11

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  30 Aug 2004 02:31

      Release Notes: This release compiles under KDE 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3. The behaviour of some buttons in some dialogs has changed to be more intuitive to the user. The AvantGo client is no longer installed automatically and without notification. The first version of an AvantGo Client install wizard is added. Partnership creation and verification is completely rewritten, and should be now bulletproof. The KDE address book synchronizer has been removed, and will be replaced with kitchensync-based synchronization in the near future. Many small bugs are fixed.

      •  10 Sep 2003 19:34

        Release Notes: RAKI had produced a deadlock on some Linux distributions, and the RAKI initial splash screen size was wrong with some fonts and font sizes. These and other bugs have been fixed.

        •  04 Sep 2003 01:01

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          07 Sep 2003 01:15 hogofogo

          I was looking for such software during last year... finaly!
          Great job! I'm even able to play music from my AXIM.
          JFYI, my hardware: ASUS TUSL-2C, AXIMX5 Advanced.
          Soft: ASP Linux 9.0 kernet 2.4.20-9asp



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