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BJDWP(1)						      General Commands Manual							  BJDWP(1)

NAME
bjdwp - Command line USB Blackberry Java Debug Wire Protocol SYNOPSIS
bjdwp [-h][-p pin][-P password][-v] address port DESCRIPTION
bjdwp is a program that supports the Java Debug Wire Protocol over USB, which enables debugging of Java programs directly on your Black- berry. Support is experimental, and development is focused primarily on the BlackBerry Storm. OPTIONS
-p pin PIN of device to talk with. Only needed if you have more than one Blackberry connected at once. -P password Simplistic method to specify device password. In a real application, this would be done using a more secure prompt. -v Dump verbose protocol data during operation. -h, --help Show summary of options. ARGUMENTS
The following arguments are required, in order to provide a socket where the JDWP server will listen for connections from the debugger. address Most often 'localhost' but can be any IP or hostname on the machine running bjdwp. port Port to listen on. EXAMPLES
Start the server and the USB connection to the device: bjdwp localhost 8000 Then start your java debugger: jdb -connect com.sun.jdi.SocketAttach:hostname=localhost,port=8000 AUTHOR
bjdwp was initially written for the Barry project by Nicolas VIVIEN. This manual page was written by Chris Frey. SEE ALSO
http://www.netdirect.ca/software/packages/barry September 29, 2009 BJDWP(1)

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BIDENTIFY(1)						      General Commands Manual						      BIDENTIFY(1)

NAME
bidentify - Barry Project's program to identify BlackBerry handhelds SYNOPSIS
bidentify [-B busname][-N devname][-h][-v] DESCRIPTION
bidentify scans the USB system for available BlackBerry devices and probes each one it finds, then sends the identifying information to stdout in a computer-friendly format. OPTIONS
-B busname Specify the USB bus to search for Blackberry devices on. This is the first number displayed in the output from the lsusb command, such as 002. If the busname is numeric on your system, 2 and 002 are equal. See also the -N option, which can be used together with this option to precisely select the device to work with. -N devname Specify the USB device name. This is the second number displayed in the output from the lsusb command, such as 005. If the device name is numeric on your system, 5 and 005 are equal. See also the -B option. -c If used with the -m option, ESN numbers will be displayed in both hex and decimal formats where possible. If -m is not used, this option has no effect. -m Also show the device's ESN / MEID / IMEI number. This requires desktop database access, so is an option. It will only work on devices that have no password. -v Dump verbose protocol data during operation. -h, --help Show summary of options. RETURN STATUS
If bidentify detects a BlackBerry device, but cannot access it for some reason, it will write an error message to stderr describing the access problem, and return a count of the number of such failed devices as the error code. A return code of 0 means there were no Black- Berry devices found that could not be probed. In the event of a fatal error, the message will be written to stderr, with an error code of 1. AUTHOR
bidentify is part of the Barry project. This manual page was written by Chris Frey. SEE ALSO
http://www.netdirect.ca/software/packages/barry February 24, 2011 BIDENTIFY(1)
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