1. sebastian tzuztu's Avatar
    Dear Developer Team/community, it would be nice if it's possible to synch, and connect to ubuntu without any problems, also synch thunderbird/calender without big installation drama... Thank you.

    In general I don't understand BB, Linux is saver without huge issues. Thank you.

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    03-14-14 05:11 AM
  2. pushpendrak's Avatar
    nobody loves linux except developers, so nobody care about it.
    Non of Mobile device company made suite or something like that for linux....
    03-14-14 05:21 AM
  3. sebastian tzuztu's Avatar
    A small amount of companies are also using it, it's quite stabile also I note..

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    03-14-14 07:48 AM
  4. Fret Madden's Avatar
    nobody loves linux except developers, so nobody care about it.
    Non of Mobile device company made suite or something like that for linux....
    I'm not a developer and I absolutely adore Linux.

    A small amount of companies are also using it, it's quite stabile also I note..

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    80% of companies use it to power their servers; and it's very stable.
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    03-14-14 07:52 AM
  5. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    It's my main OS, couldn't live without it (ok, sometimes I wish there was no tech at all, and life was simpler). Windows is just too easily messed up...

    Just back up and restore the /home folder (rsync), recreate the user (adduser) and run your app selection through apt-get or yum....

    Done.

    How many days it takes to get your Windows system to where it was before desaster struck, I can't tell you, but way too many...

    Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....
    04-04-14 10:08 AM
  6. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    It's my main OS, couldn't live without it (ok, sometimes I wish there was no tech at all, and life was simpler). Windows is just too easily messed up...

    Just back up and restore the /home folder (rsync), recreate the user (adduser) and run your app selection through apt-get or yum....

    Done.

    How many days it takes to get your Windows system to where it was before disaster struck, I can't tell you, but way too many...

    Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....


    Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....
    04-04-14 10:11 AM
  7. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    It's my main OS, couldn't live without it (ok, sometimes I wish there was no tech at all, and life was simpler). Windows is just too easily messed up...

    Just back up and restore the /home folder (rsync), recreate the user (adduser) and run your app selection through apt-get or yum....

    Done.

    How many days it takes to get your Windows system to where it was before desaster struck, I can't tell you, but way too many...

    Zzzzwiped from a Zedevice....
    About 25 minutes after loading GHost Disaster recovery cd.
    04-04-14 10:27 AM
  8. KermEd's Avatar
    nobody loves linux except developers, so nobody care about it.
    Non of Mobile device company made suite or something like that for linux....
    Ah. No

    I'm an IT consultant and have been for about 8 years. Any major company I've consulted with has had a division for Windows and UNIX.

    There are clear advantages for both in different scenarios. In fact, you need both at some point.

    A smart company caters the server to the best practices of the application that best meets the needs of a client. Meaning the server doesn't decide the application for the user. It's the other way around, business unit requires an application that runs best with a certain database and certain application server. Where the OS is delineated by best practices for the app, fail over solutions, etc.

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    04-05-14 11:16 PM
  9. nicklas79's Avatar
    As you use Linux and it's my case... I don't have windows.

    Beside of that's why I use a BlackBerry device.

    My BlackBerry is autonomous. Don't need a desktop computer. Don't need iTunes or other spyware...

    I don't BlackBerry Link. But I don't need.

    I use OwnCloud PHP application on my Linux desktop. So I can sync (and save) my address book and my calendar through CardDAV and CalDAV. And of course my documents through WebDAV.

    Nicolas


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    04-17-14 02:08 PM

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