This is a tutorial on howto access a BlackBerry Q10 or Z10 business smartphone on Ubuntu 14.04 or any other Linux or MacOSX. You will be able to copy files and if you are smart you can set up rsync to keep your data in sync. However this is not a substitute for the native Windows client, since RIMM has chosen to completely ignore Linux, shame on them.
While on your Blackberry Q10 or Z10 viewing the home screen, swipe down from the top of the screen
Tap Settings followed by Storage and Access
Set the Access using Wi-Fi switch to On
When prompted, enter a storage access password
Tap Identification on Network and make note of the Username
While viewing the home screen, swipe down from the top of the screen
Tap Settings followed by About
Tap the Category bar and select Network
Under Wi-Fi, record your IPv4 address without the /xx trailing number.
Now back on your Open Source Operating System:
Install Samba in Ubuntu with
apt-get install cifs-utils
In your filemanger click connect to server under the network section and enter smb://Your-Phones-WifiIP and log in with Username: BlackBerry (in case you did not change the default) and your chosen WiFi sharing password.
Enjoy your Blackberry Q10 or Z10 on your Linux OS!