Back in June I wrote about how I'd resurrected one of my old palm Pilots as a documentation aid.
Well that's working well, but my old thinkpad decided to barf on the Ubuntu 22.04 upgrade, so I took the opportunity to wipe it and do a clean install - which worked.
This of course meant I had to reinstall jpilot.
Doing this I discovered that jPilot now has a PPA for Debian and Ubuntu, making installation a breeze
Curl was missing from my initial kubuntu 22.04 installation so first of all I installed curl
sudo apt-get install curl
then ran the jpilot repository install script
curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/judd/jpilot/script.deb.sh | sudo bash sudo apt install jpilot jpilot-pluginsFor some reason the script installed the repository fine, but the app didn't install. (Probably incompetence or finger trouble on my part)
A manual install command fixed that
sudo apt-get install jpilotand it just worked! Running jpilot as sudo I was able to do a backup of my palm pilot without any additional fiddling. Quietly impressed