Here's a directory that contains copies of the software I found.
- It is possible to upload and download
files between the onHand and a computer running Linux. I found
a Ruputer program on a Japanese web site that does this, and I
modified it slightly to create a program called "fton" that works like
an ftp client; it allows you to upload and download files just like
ftp. Source code for the first version of fton is available below.
I've also included a staticly linked executable, fton-static, that
should work on most PC's running linux.
- fton-v0.2.tgz (thanks to Chris Clark)
- fton-0.3.tar.bz2, for Mac OS X, thanks to
William Reading, who writes:
Okay, it appears to work on Mac OS X now.
I've included a bzip2'd tarball with the
modifications and a binary. I'm not sure
whether or not the binary will work out
of the box on other people's machines, but
It Works For Me (tm). The major difference
is the way that the serial line is set up
on Mac OS X, though it took a while to
work that out. I also commented up a
function or two.
- fton-0.3.patch patch for FreeBSD:
Date: 2005-10-28 12:46 am
You may be interested in this patch. I've added IEXTEN flag to make fton work
- I wrote the program
factors integers on an onHand watch. The source code,
which compiles with the onHand SDK, is contained in