Funambol is a too-heavy software and the TS-119 has not enough power to make it run.
However with the all-in-the-cloud Google eco-system (I mean Gmail+Google Contacts+Google Calendar) my needs regarding synchronization between many devices became less meaningful.
A last thing kept me angry : my Firefox settings !
I found one year ago that Firefox Sync was released by Mozilla with a Minimal Weave Server. So I decided to setup my own Firefox Sync server on my TS-119.
Toby Elliott did a good job, and I installed it rapidly on my NAS. Everything goes right from FF3 to FF4 until FF5 comes up and did not accept any account anymore. I had to update my Firefox Sync Server !
Right now I'm syncing my firefx configuration on 5 devices...
This website is intended to provide home-made software in order to improve the ASUS DiGiMatrix barebone computer. Of course I think that the ASUS DiGiMatrix is ideal for an HTPC because it contains all the required hardware for this job (DiGiMatrix full features list from ASUS website) !
After noticed that the software suite supplied by ASUS was not as good as the DiGiMatrix hardware, I started to think about "replacement software" to make the most of the DiGiMatrix.
Months after I can publish the work done for the DiGiMatrix system.
I bought some weeks ago a small NSA server from QNAP : the TS-119 !
The Buffalo LinkStation Live was definitely too limited for my needs and QNAP offers awsome products in terms of power consumption, customization !
After basic setup and other installs, I tried to run a SyncML Server, I choosed Funambol which is open-source, full featured and run on Tomcat.
I succeeded to install Tomcat 5.5 on this Linux ARM platform. So I wrote a small tutorial in english for other TS-x19 owners !