Any idea what (module or user-space) can be used in its stead? I've had my Blackberry plugged in for over 5 hours, now, and I'd guess it's gone up less than 25%.
(...and here, at the office, I'm out of outlet that the stupid, over-sized AC adapter will fit into ).
I dunno. Nothing is popping up in google.
Edit: Seems to have something to do with usb auto suspend and needing to turn it off...
[root@localhost ~]# echo -1 >/sys/module/usbcore/parameters/autosuspend
I'll look into trying that...
...I ran bcharge
[jpaglia@core2pclinux ~]$ bcharge
Scanning for Blackberry devices...
Found device #007...adjusting charge setting...adjusting Pearl mode to dualDetecting possible kernel driver conflict, trying to resolve...
usb_reset failed: No such file or directory
and that seems to up the current, also...looks like it's almost charged, now. It does some kind of reset, as it makes the BlackBerry re-prompt whether it should enable it's mass-storage option (to allow the internal SD card to be mounted).
The thing is, I have the barry apps from before...not sure if they're still in Synaptic.
... never-mind, just checked another (updated) install, and they're there (but not yet installed).
Just used to be nice and automatic, with the kernel module (even if no user was logged in).