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    NAME
         pilot-xfer - backup and restore databases to and from a Palm
         Computing  Device,  Handspring  Visor, TRGPro, or other Palm
         Compatible Handheld PDA
    
    SYNOPSIS
         pilot-xfer -p [<port>] [--exclude file] --backup |  --update
         | --sync directory
    
         or
    
         pilot-xfer -p [<port>] [ --restore directory | --list  |  --
         Listall   |   --purge   |  --fetch  dbname ...   |  --delete
         dbname ...  | --install file ...  | --merge file ...  ] ...
    
         (Note that some options are not shown above and short option
         aliases are excluded for clarity)
    
    DESCRIPTION
         pilot-xfer allows the user to install databases contained in
         the  standard  .prc  and  .pdb formats onto a Palm, retrieve
         databases from the Palm, list the databases contained  in  a
         Palm,  and  backup  or restore all of the databases at once.
         Once the user has executed pilot-xfer the user  must  invoke
         HotSync on the target device.
    
    TARGET DEVICE
         The default serial device used to communicate with a Palm is
         /dev/pilot.   If the environment variable $PILOTPORT is set,
         its value will override the default.  A serial device speci-
         fied  on  the  command-line  will  be used regardless of any
         $PILOTPORT setting.
    
    OPTIONS
         Several options exist, including...
    
         -a dir,
              Archives files which have been removed from the Palm to
              dir instead of just deleting (unlinking) them
    
         -b dir, --backup dir
              Backs up the Palm into the specified  directory  (which
              will  be  created  if it does not already exist).  This
              operation must be specified after any exclude option.
    
         -c, --count
              Counts the files as they go by, but shunts the display-
              ing of the "Skipping file..." messages
    
         -d dbname [...], --delete dbname [...]
              Delete  the  specified  database(s)  by  name  (without
              extension).  Obviously, be very careful with this one.
    
         -e file, --exclude file
              Reads  a  list  of  databases  from   file.    Prevents
              --backup,  --sync,  or  --update  from operating on the
              listed database(s).   This  option  must  be  specified
              before  the  --backup,  --sync,  or  --update operation
              whose action it modifies.
    
         -f dbname [...], --fetch dbname [...]
              Fetch each specified database  out  of  the  Palm  into
              store into the current directory.
    
         -F   Modifies the behavior of --backup, --sync, and --update
              to  back  up non-OS databases which have been stored in
              FlashROM
    
         -h, --help
              Displays a  summary  list  of  pilot-xfer's  usage  and
              exits.
    
         -i file [...], --install file [...]
              Install each specified file into  the  Palm.  Wildcards
              are valid with this syntax.
    
         -l, --list
              List the databases in the Palm,  excluding  OS-specific
              databases.
    
         -L, --Listall
              List all of the databases on the  Palm,  including  OS-
              specific native databases.
    
         -m file [...], --merge file [...]
              Adds the  records  in  each  specified  file  into  the
              corresponding Palm database.
    
         -O   Modifies the behavior of --backup, --sync, and --update
              to back up OS databases which are stored in FlashROM
    
         -p, --purge
              Purge any deleted data that hasn't been cleaned up by a
              sync  (this  is a safe operation, and will prevent your
              Palm from accumulating crud if you delete  records  but
              aren't  syncing  with  a PIM.) The only information you
              can lose is archived but un-synced records.
    
         -q, --quiet
              Causes pilot-xfer to  be  quiet  and  not  display  the
              "Skipping file..." messages
    
         -r dir, --restore dir
              Installs all files contained in a  directory  into  the
              Palm.   (Use  this  to  restore  your Palm after a hard
              reset has cleared its memory, using your backup  direc-
              tory as a baseline.)
    
         -s dir, --sync dir
              Backs up the Palm into the specified  directory  (which
              will be created if it does not already exist). Any Palm
              databases which have not been modified or created since
              the versions stored in the specified directory will not
              be backed up.
    
              NOTE: Any Palm databases which have been  deleted  will
              have  their  corresponding  backup  file removed.  This
              operation must be specified after any exclude option.
    
         -u dir, --update dir
              Backs up the Palm into the specified  directory  (which
              will be created if it does not already exist). Any Palm
              databases which have not been modified or created since
              the versions stored in the specified directory will not
              be backed up.  This operation must be  specified  after
              any exclude option.
    
         -U   This will back up the UnsavedPreferences.pdb file  from
              the Palm. Normally this file is not backed up by normal
              means  (Palm  Computing  recommends  that  you  do  not
              restore this file upon restoration of your device using
              --restore
    
              This also modifies the behavior of --backup --sync  and
              --update
    
    
         -v, --version
              Displays the version of pilot-link from which this pro-
              gram was installed and exits.
    
    USAGE
         The program will connect to a target device and port, prompt
         the  user  to  HotSync,  and  perform the requested database
         options specified by the user.
    
    EXAMPLES
         To backup a Palm:
    
              pilot-xfer --backup /home/pilot/Backup
         or
              pilot-xfer -p /dev/irnine -b /home/pilot/Backup
    
         To restore that backup to a non-standard  serial  port  (for
         example,  to  a  xcopilot or POSE session, assuming you have
         xcopilot or POSE configured properly for this operation, see
         the  appropriate  man  pages for details on configuring your
         emulator):
    
              pilot-xfer -p /dev/ttyqe --restore /home/pilot/Backup
    
    
    SEE ALSO
         pilot-link(7).
    
    AUTHOR
         pilot-xfer written by Kenneth Albanowski.  This manual  page
         was  originally  written  by Kenneth Albanowski and David H.
         Silber.  Completely rewritten by  David  A.  Desrosiers  for
         pilot-link
    
    
    
    


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