CASIO diary backup utility.
It is a package ported from DOS to allow communication to the CASIO
series of hand-held organizers. It allows backup from CASIO to your
computer and restore a backup file from your computer to the CASIO. It
can also output human readable file from CASIO.
Currently supports: phone, calendar, schedule, memo, and reminder.
Read the documentation before using this program!
What is Casio Diary?
It is a package originally ported from DOS to allow communication to
the CASIO series of hand-held organizers based on a protocol posted
by Knut Radloff <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
There has been substantial change from the DOS origins.
Version 2.2 has been tested on Linux2.x , Solaris2.x, sunos4.x.
For both the BOSS and ILLUMINATOR models
The term 'computer'
There is some Casio development support in the casio upstream package.
If you are interested in it, you can take a look into casio*.orig.tar.gz
in Debian source directories.
If you would like to package this Casio development, let me know.
I do not promise anything, but you may try it. :-)
Milan Zamazal <email@example.com>
casio - CASIO interface program
casio-boss | cassio-illum < -r | -w > [ -h ] [ -l commport ]
[ -s baudrate ] [ -p parity ] [ -b bytelength ] [ -o file ] [
-t ] [ -d debuglevel ] [ -v ]
This manual page documents briefly the casio program. This
casio (2.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Typo in description fixed.
* Lintian 0.3.1 satisfied.
1) i) Get different forms of help instead of the current
verbose mode one.
ii) Write a man p
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