REBComm is a commandline program for GNU/Linux that lets the user upload and download files from the RCA eBook REB1100 reader device through a USB connection. It aims to provide much of the same functionality as the eBook Librarian software in Windows. It can be used to send user-generated content to the device.
Re: I am sorry.
I agree, there is no way this could possibly work. Binary compatibility is all but non-existent, since a binary package usually depends on the exact versions of all libraries and the compiler that it was compiled with. If you expect the maintainers to create and maintain zillions of binaries for different platforms, this will not fly.
In short, this project aims to solve a non-issue (dependencies), while imposing a weird structure for finding things and ignoring the real issue (the fact that a binary for distro X generally will not run on distro Y). If binary compatibility existed on Linux, there would be absolutely no need for any weird package systems. Just look at Windows.