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Anyone use jpilot?

I've been using jpilot for a couple of years with no problem. This morning I 
found that I was unable to change any entries in jpilot. I can make the 
changes in my Palm Pilot, and they will be reflected in the database. 

I did notice when syncing that it reports and fseek failure. I'm running a 
2.4 kernel. 

It appears that the database is read-only, but I did not explicitly check 
the permissions. Since my Palm Pilot is also synced at work and I back 
up my home directory on my system at home, I can safely blow away 
the database and reload it from the palm. I think that somehow one or 
more of the database files is screwed up.  
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Associate Director
Boston Linux and Unix user group
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