Confession: we here at WMExperts, unfortunately, know jack about Linux, their distros (sounds like a fun party) nor how to really do anything in the OS.
Still, we imagine there are a handful of you who want (but can't) sync your trusty WM6.5 device with your favorite Linux OS. True? False? We dunno.
Luckily Linux pro 'Feedsbrain' (ahem) has written a nice tutorial on how to just that.
Now to us, his directions are written in an alien language, but for your linux-experts out there, we're pretty sure this will make sense.
Now go read and let us know if this was remotely helpful!
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