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NAMEpilot-wav - Decodes Palm Voice Memo files to wav files you can read on your desktop
pilot-link: Userland conduits
pilot-wav [-p|--port <port>] [--version] [-?|--help] [-q|--quiet] [--usage] [-f|--fetch [file|all]] [-c|--convert file]
Fetch all wav files or specified wav file from the Palm.
Convert file.wav.pdb file to wav
Use device file port to communicate with the Palm handheld. If this is not specified, pilot-wav will look for the $PILOTPORT environment variable. If neither are found or supplied, pilot-wav will print the usage information.
Suppress 'Hit HotSync button' message
Display version of pilot-wav.
Display the help synopsis for pilot-wav.
Display a brief usage message and exit without connecting.
# Fetch all of the voice memo files from your Palm and save them to .wav files on your desktop machine
pilot-wav -p /dev/pilot -f MyVoiceMemo.wav.pdb
# Convert all voice memos found in MyVoiceMemo to .wav files on your desktop machine
pilot-wav -c MyVoiceMemo.wav.pdb
This manual page was written by Neil Williams <email@example.com>
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