On the KDE desktop, to-dos (tasks) and events (appointments) are managed with KOrganizer. Start the application from the main menu, with the command korganizer, or as part of Kontact. After enabling the calendar and the to-do conduit of KPilot, set some configuration options before using them.
KOrganizer stores its files in the directory
~/.kde/share/apps/korganizer. However, given that the
.kde begins with a dot, it may not be shown
by the file selection dialog. In this case, enter the complete path
manually or explicitly toggle the display of hidden files (dot files) in
the file selection dialog. The default shortcut for this is
After opening the directory
~/.kde/share/apps/korganizer, select a file that can
be used as a calendar file by KOrganizer. In this example, this is the file
palm.ics. In the case of a user called
tux, the complete path and filename would be
shown in Figure 4.3, “Dialog Showing the Path to a KOrganizer Calendar File” (↑Applications).
KOrganizer should not be running when data is being exchanged with the handheld. Otherwise KPilot fails to carry out the sync operation.