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Blackberry Tethering (and more) on Linux

Jan 05, 2009, 13:03 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Adam Williamson)

[ Thanks to Adam Williamson for this link. ]

"Packages for Barry are available for Mandriva Linux, in all releases since 2008 Spring, in the /contrib repository. For 2008 Spring, you must have the /contrib/backports repository enabled; for 2009 and later, enabling it will ensure you get the latest version of Barry. Packages will be (or are, depending on when you're reading this!) available for Ubuntu starting with 9.04 (Jaunty). Packages for Fedora 10 are available via Koji, here, and packages will be (or, again, are) available in the main Fedora repository from Fedora 11 onwards. Unofficial packages for OpenSUSE are provided by Net Direct through the OpenSUSE Build Service, and can be found here. That OBS repository also contains unofficial builds for several other distributions, including CentOS, Debian, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and older versions of Mandriva, Ubuntu and Fedora."

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