Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
It didn't say what version of the Palm OS it ran under, so I installed it on my Treo 300 (3.52h) which is only a modification to the same OS that ran on the Visor Prism (which I had for over a year brand new and loved to death). I installed it, regardless if it was compatable or not. Results:
[*]Opens under 3.52h6.2 [*]Program darks out screen then finally loads [*]Had to install OSXvnc 1.5 [*]Setup port forwards in router [*]Typed in my IP address [*]Works just fine using a 3.1/3.5 Palm OS, though slow as heck
P.S. this experiment probably cost me a couple bucks to log in through Sprints network.
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If you just need itunes control,there is a program called patioTunes which allows you to control itunes via a web interface from any computer on your network (or off if you set up port forwarding on your router) its had its interface opermised for palm as well.Another option is a bluetooth connection using salling clicker, if you have bluetooth on your device and arn't going to far away from the computer, its also got quite a lot of customisation options if you know any apple script.
I had an old IR wireless keyboard that I used to controll itunes, I plugged in the reciever from the keyboard into the mac and then taught my universal remote the basic key fucntions for iTunes (space bar, tab, arrow keys, etc.) It worked great. the palm's IR port can act as a universal remote already so you would be good to go.
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