[Solved]J-Pilot PDA sync software error

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Arcosanti
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[Solved]J-Pilot PDA sync software error

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I installed j-pilot in LM11 Katya and when I start it in a terminal it will briefly appear. When it shuts down an error message appears in the terminal.

brown-dwarf classic # jpilot -d
Debug messages on.
calling check_hidden_dir
removing stale pidfile
pidfile: /root/.jpilot/jpilot.pid
opening dir /usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/
found plugin libkeyring.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libkeyring.so]
This plugin is version (1.1).
getting plugin_get_name
KeyRing: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [KeyRing 1.1]
found plugin libsynctime.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libsynctime.so]
This plugin is version (1.0).
getting plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [SyncTime 1.0]
found plugin libexpense.so
opened plugin [/usr/lib/jpilot/plugins/libexpense.so]
This plugin is version (1.1).
getting plugin_get_name
Expense: plugin_get_name
getting plugin_get_menu_name
getting plugin_get_help_name
getting plugin_get_db_name
plugin name is [Expense 1.1]
opening dir /root/.jpilot/plugins/
plugin: [Expense 1.1] was loaded
calling plugin_startup for [Expense 1.1]
Expense: plugin_startup
Expense: base_dir = [/usr]
plugin: [KeyRing 1.1] was loaded
calling plugin_startup for [KeyRing 1.1]
KeyRing: plugin_startup
KeyRing: base_dir = [/usr]
plugin: [SyncTime 1.0] was loaded
rc file from prefs is jpilotrc.default
parsing /usr/share/jpilot/jpilotrc.default
get_todos2()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: ToDoDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_todos2()
entries_shown=0
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
datebook_update_clist()
get_days_calendar_events()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: DatebookDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_days_calendar_events()
get_days_appointments==>0
datebk_category = 0xffff
set_new_button_to new 1 old 1
get_days_calendar_events()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: DatebookDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_days_calendar_events()
datebook_find(), glob_find_id = 0
alarms_init()
UPTODATE 2011 7 16 8 26
alarms_find_next()
get_days_calendar_events()
Entering jp_read_DB_files: DatebookDB
Leaving jp_read_DB_files
Leaving get_days_calendar_events()
alarms_write_file()
jp_pref_write_rc_file()
g_dbus_connection_real_closed: Remote peer vanished with error: Underlying GIOStream returned 0 bytes on an async read (g-io-error-quark, 0). Exiting.
Terminated

Does anyone know what this error means? It was install with apt-get install jpilot in the terminal.
Last edited by Arcosanti on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:35 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: J-Pilot PDA sync software error

Post by Arcosanti »

Well about three months later and I finally decided to tackle this problem again. Back in July, when the apt-get install of J-Pilot had problems, I uninstalled it and tried to compile it from source. I never was able to finish that project due to dependency hell and the fact some of the dependencies did not want to compile either. I decided to try to install with the apt-get method this month and this time it worked fine. What ever the problem was it is gone now.

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