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Has anyone gotten XmBlackBerry or anything else to connect a Linux system online through their Blackberry? I've googled some reported successes about syncing, but I'm more interested in connectivity.

I have a Verizon 7130e, and if I can get my Linux desktop online through it then it will be good enough to replace my ISP.
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