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Version: Copyright 1996-2007 FSF (openSuse - 09/10/07)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


pilot-clip - Get or Set the Palm Clipboard contents from STDOUT/STDIN.


pilot-link: Userland conduits


 pilot-clip [-p|--port <port>] [--version] [-q|--quiet] [-?|--help] [--usage] [-g|--get] [-s|--set]


 pilot-clip is used to get or set the Palm Clipboard contents from STDOUT/STDIN. You must provide one of -g or -s.


You must provide one of -g or -s.


Get the contents of the clipboard and pass to STDOUT.


Set the clipboard to STDIN.


Conduit Options


Use device file <port> to communicate with the Palm handheld. If this is not specified, pilot-clip will look for the $PILOTPORT environment variable. If neither are found or supplied, pilot-clip will print the usage information.


Suppress 'Hit HotSync button' message


Display version of pilot-clip and exit without connecting.

Help Options


Display the help synopsis for pilot-clip and exit without connecting.


Display a brief usage message and exit without connecting.


This manual page was written by Neil Williams <>


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