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Old 10-12-2008, 11:59 AM   #81 (permalink)
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I'll be honest, I haven't used bcharge in ages -- they kept adding features and changing things and it just stopped working right. Back when it was v0.2 it worked and worked well - do one thing and do it right.

Nowadays Fedora 9 w/ kernel 2.6.26.x and the kernel module 'berry_charge' work 100% fine for me on multiple machines - I don't bother with bcharge any longer. You don't have to do anything - all stock configuration/install, just plug in your device. (8320 running 4.5.0.xx here)
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Hello..
You have given very good information on 'bcharge'. I think this information will be helpful for Blackberry and Linux users. I am also looking for this because I am also Linux user. I will try for this. Thank you for giving such good information to us.
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I'll be honest, I haven't used bcharge in ages -- they kept adding features and changing things and it just stopped working right. Back when it was v0.2 it worked and worked well - do one thing and do it right.

Nowadays Fedora 9 w/ kernel 2.6.26.x and the kernel module 'berry_charge' work 100% fine for me on multiple machines - I don't bother with bcharge any longer. You don't have to do anything - all stock configuration/install, just plug in your device. (8320 running 4.5.0.xx here)
I use berry_charge. It is better than bcharge and works great.
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