BBSSH is a Blackberry Telnet and SSH client for legacy BlackBerry devices (OS 7.1 and earlier).

Please see the official website at http://bbssh.org/ for features and downloads.

Features

  • SSH client designed for Blackberry OS
  • Utilizes native blackberry components to achieve full integration
  • Compatible with OS 4.6 and above

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  • Project appears abandoned by the developer. It worked well on my 9000 for both OS 4 and 5, but with my 9900 (OS 7) a number of things are broken, particularly the ability to use key login, which, for me, means it is completely broken as I do not use password login for my servers. Editing text files in nano has never been perfect with BBSSH, but on my OS 7 device it is nearly impossible as text ends up randomly spread across the screen, making it impossible to determine where the cursor is actually located. I miss not being able to SSH with my phone. Keep in mind, it wasn't even that great on the 9000. It still had issues knowing where the cursor was and often bash wouldn't recognize key inputs, like the delete key.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Information Technology, Advanced End Users

User Interface

Project is a remote control application

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2010-02-06