Nokia N82

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Notes

kitchensync

Synchronisation with kcontact (KDE PIM) in Debian GNU/Linux (lenny).

USB device permissions

Add udev rules in ##/etc/udev/rules.d/z60_nokia.rules:

# udev rules for NOKIA N82

# If not adding the device, go away
ACTION!="add", GOTO="nokia_rules_end"

# NOKIA N82
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="0421", ATTRS{idProduct}=="0071", MODE="0664", GROUP="plugdev"

# All done
LABEL="nokia_rules_end"

lsusb (or sudo lsusb) will tell the vendor and product ids.

Now obexftp -u (and, similarly, obex_test -u) (withour sudo) will say:

flip@leela ~ $ obexftp -u
Superuser privileges are required to access USB.
Found 3 USB OBEX interfaces
Interface 0:
        Manufacturer: Nokia
        Product: N82
        Interface description: SYNCML-SYNC
Interface 1:
        Manufacturer: Nokia
        Product: N82
        Interface description: PC Suite Services
Interface 2:
        Manufacturer: Nokia
        Product: N82
        Interface description: SYNCML-DM
Use '-u interface_number' to connect
Nothing to do. Use --help for help.