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    Question barry for 11.3

    Hi

    Does anyone know where I can get barry-gui, barry-utils, and barry-opensync rpms for 11.3

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    Default Re: barry for 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by GreyPilgrim
    Hi

    Does anyone know where I can get barry-gui, barry-utils, and
    barry-opensync rpms for 11.3

    Thanks
    Michael

    Hi
    I built it awhile back, removed it from my home OBS, would need to
    review and add back in if you like?

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    Default Re: barry for 11.3

    Yes please Malcolm. Does your build work with x64 openSuse/

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    Default Re: barry for 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by GreyPilgrim
    Yes please Malcolm. Does your build work with x64 openSuse/

    Michael

    Hi
    I've fixed a few things and tidied up the spec file and it's now
    building on the openSUSE Build Service, it should be available soon on
    my home repository so keep an eye out here;
    http://software.opensuse.org/search?...ude_debug=true

    It should work fine on x86_64.

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    Thanks Malcolm.

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    Default Re: barry for 11.3

    Just found this thread, nice job, installed just fine. Just tried to compile it myself from sources without any luck.

    One question though, it is not picking up the phone even though it is connected via USB. Does the phone need to have a memory card in place or can it work without one with just the plain phone?

    I have the media card support enabled on the phone and the phone is picking up the USB connection as it is charging the battery.

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    Default Re: barry for 11.3

    Hi
    You might have to use the usb_modeswitch command. Can you post the output for your phone from;
    Code:
    lsusb -v
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    Default Re: barry for 11.3

    should be nice if the package could be rebuild for opensuse 12.1

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    Default Re: barry for 11.3

    On Wed, 11 Jan 2012 19:26:02 +0000, collinm wrote:

    > should be nice if the package could be rebuild for opensuse 12.1


    If you search at http://software.opensuse.org/search and add users' home
    projects, there is a hit there - don't know if the package works or if
    the person who built it is going to maintain it in any way, but that's
    one thing to check.

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