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    I tried searching for this answer, but didn't see anything that seemed to address it, so apologies in advance if it's a repeat...

    I am planning on switching over to a Linux variant (probably Ubuntu, but that may change). I currently use Backup Buddy for Windows to ensure everything gets backed up. Once I go to Linux, will my hotsyncs be basic hotsyncs, or do JPilot, KPilot, etc provide more thorough backups? I don't have a lot of extra apps installed, but I don't want to lose the data that I have.
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    jpilot does both sync's and backups.

    ..fedora core 5 on desktop, ubuntu 5.1 on laptop
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaytee
    jpilot does both sync's and backups.

    ..fedora core 5 on desktop, ubuntu 5.1 on laptop
    Thanks, that's what I needed to know!
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    Both Kpilot and Jpilot will sync and backup if you will be using Ubunto the gnome program will be gnome-pilot and I can't say how that works as I have never used it.

    Mepis 6 beta4 and kde rocks
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    I'm having trouble syncing with Ubuntu 6 (DapperDrake) using the gnome program. Has anybody had any success?

    I have read this HOWTO http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Palm_sync_dapper but still no success.

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