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i♥cabbages
12-20-2009, 11:21 PM
Details on my blog, in the post Circumventing Barnes & Noble DRM for EPUB (http://i-u2665-cabbages.blogspot.com/2009/12/circumventing-barnes-noble-drm-for-epub.html).

=X=
12-20-2009, 11:32 PM
Your awesome!

daffy4u
12-20-2009, 11:34 PM
You are on a roll! System won't let me give you anymore Karma today but I would if I could. :)

sith33
12-20-2009, 11:38 PM
I heart I heart cabbages. Thank you so much.

rcuadro
12-21-2009, 12:23 AM
Woot!

Marshal Kilgore
12-21-2009, 12:27 AM
Librimissio!

phenomshel
12-21-2009, 12:47 AM
I can't give you any more karma today either, but believe me, I'd be doing it if I could. THANK YOU!!

David Marseilles
12-21-2009, 03:27 AM
That was fast.

I assume B&N will be grateful that you've made their products available to people with platforms they don't support and made the products more valuable since customers don't have to hope B&N actually keeps up support for one particular scheme or another in order to be able to keep reading what they've bought.

Terisa de morgan
12-21-2009, 04:06 AM
Thank you, thank you very much.

columbus
12-21-2009, 04:46 AM
Fantastic i♥cabbages Karma to you for this - What a talent! :thumbsup::thumbsup:

Lilly
12-21-2009, 06:33 AM
I have never bothered to download the B&N ebook software. There's one DRM that I've never bothered learning about, it's eReader. So now they are transitioning to ePub, I finally created an account with them. All that because i♥cabbages is awesome.:thanks:

Valloric
12-21-2009, 11:26 AM
It then stores this key in plain text in a sqlite3 database. An... interesting... decision, for which I thank them.

That's beyond absurd. Are they insane?

Anyway, thanks for this. :)

SpiderMatt
12-21-2009, 11:48 AM
Sweet... big thanks to you for all your work on DRM in general.

Do we know beforehand what file format we're getting before we order from B&N yet?

Gibbo
12-21-2009, 12:00 PM
Thx my friend karma on it's way :thumbsup:

joblack
12-21-2009, 01:36 PM
They have also a lot of free ebooks so is also a fake KK number working?

owl123
12-21-2009, 01:55 PM
I can't make this work. :(

I've just bought a drmed ebook from B&N, downloaded it and opened it with their reader for PC.

When I run ignoblekey.py (version 2) all I'm getting is a pop-up window saying "Error: Problem decoding key; unexpected DB format?" after a few seconds.

EDIT: My clientapi file is: ClientAPI_v012.db

EDIT: Solved. I just removed the ClientAPI_v012.db, ran B&N eReader and logged in. A new clientapi was created and everything went fine.

Thanks!

joblack
12-21-2009, 02:18 PM
I can't make this work. :(

I've just bought a drmed ebook from B&N, downloaded it and opened it with their reader for PC.

When I run ignoblekey.py (version 2) all I'm getting is a pop-up window saying "Error: Problem decoding key; unexpected DB format?" after a few seconds.

EDIT: My clientapi file is: ClientAPI_v012.db

Perhaps the file is still blocked because you have the B&N EReader Software still opened. First close it then use the script.

kennyc
12-21-2009, 02:23 PM
I'm beginning to love cabbages too!

Thank you!

JSWolf
12-21-2009, 02:25 PM
Stuffed cabbages are quite nice. :rofl:

owl123
12-21-2009, 02:26 PM
Perhaps the file is still blocked because you have the B&N EReader Software still opened. First close it then use the script.

No, it's closed (checked the processes too).

In the clientapi file there's a key-like string near "uhk00000000" so the file doesn't seem to be corrupted.

joblack
12-21-2009, 02:31 PM
No, it's closed (checked the processes too).

In the clientapi file there's a key-like string near "uhk00000000" so the file doesn't seem to be corrupted.

It's kind of 'quick and dirty' to extract the key without 'binding the db' to a python object. The later is the clean version but I have no idea how much python code is needed to make that happen =).

owl123
12-21-2009, 02:38 PM
OK, solved. :-)

I just removed the ClientAPI_v012.db, ran B&N eReader and logged in. A new clientapi was created and everything went fine.

JSWolf
12-21-2009, 02:38 PM
No, it's closed (checked the processes too).

In the clientapi file there's a key-like string near "uhk00000000" so the file doesn't seem to be corrupted.
Ignore this.... Problem was solved.

kennyc
12-21-2009, 08:19 PM
Just wanted to say I just tested here with the StarWars book that Jon provided a link to on B&N and it worked like a champ.

Thank you cabbages!

sunebird
12-21-2009, 09:21 PM
I was able to open my book I purchased from B&N with no problems. The book now opens on Adobe Digital Editions, My Sony Reader, Calibre

rcuadro
12-21-2009, 10:26 PM
Now if some smart individual could port this to Mac :)

T-LAM-C
12-21-2009, 10:40 PM
Hello, all. New to the reader and the forum. Are there some kind of instructions for the above scripts? I cant get past downloading the two keys.
Thanx

Alexander Turcic
12-22-2009, 05:21 AM
Hello, all. New to the reader and the forum. Are there some kind of instructions for the above scripts? I cant get past downloading the two keys.
Thanx

:bulb2: MobileRead is not the right place to ask for instructions how to use DRM circumventing code.

:thanks:

joblack
12-22-2009, 08:42 AM
:bulb2: MobileRead is not the right place to ask for instructions how to use DRM circumventing code.

:thanks:

In other forums they have a hall of shame section for that ;).

joblack
12-22-2009, 08:43 AM
Now if some smart individual could port this to Mac :)

It should work for the mac as well (if the software saves it in a sqllite db).

rcuadro
12-22-2009, 10:07 AM
It should work for the mac as well (if the software saves it in a sqllite db).

I tried the decrypt portion on the mac and it fires up. I am talking about the key retrieval portion.

i♥cabbages
12-22-2009, 10:18 AM
It should work for the mac as well (if the software saves it in a sqllite db).

Unfortunately the Mac version of the application appears to be a completely different code base (wtf?) and doesn't cache the crypto keys the same way. But I have figured out the algorithm used to generate the user AES key for EPUB decryption from the name + CC number -- I just need to finish coding up a friendly script.

rcuadro
12-22-2009, 10:27 AM
Unfortunately the Mac version of the application appears to be a completely different code base (wtf?) and doesn't cache the crypto keys the same way. But I have figured out the algorithm used to generate the user AES key for EPUB decryption from the name + CC number -- I just need to finish coding up a friendly script.

Sweet! And that should work on any OS.

Now, if there was a way to combine the B&N ePub with the Digital Editions one to have an all purpose ePub script :)

MerLock
12-22-2009, 12:40 PM
Is there a free book with DRM from B&N that I can try this on? Just want to make sure it works for me before I start purchasing from B&N. Also, are all the B&N books now in EPUB and if not, is there anyway to find out what format the ebooks are in?

kennyc
12-22-2009, 12:53 PM
Is there a free book with DRM from B&N that I can try this on? Just want to make sure it works for me before I start purchasing from B&N. Also, are all the B&N books now in EPUB and if not, is there anyway to find out what format the ebooks are in?


Jon had posted a link to a Star Trek book that was in the new B&N DRM-EPUB format. I'm not seeing it right off the bat...

joblack
12-22-2009, 12:58 PM
Jon had posted a link to a Star Trek book that was in the new B&N DRM-EPUB format. I'm not seeing it right off the bat...

It's under the free books.

kennyc
12-22-2009, 01:04 PM
That is the one I tested this on last night and it worked like a champ. :)

edembowski
12-22-2009, 02:47 PM
So, the extraction script failed for me, but I opened the database using a sqlite3 tool, and found that you want to put the 'value 3' field and the 'value 2' field into your bnepubkey.b64 file.

For Mac users, since the reader app runs under Wine, you should be able to do this on a Mac as well (using the windows version with wine).

- Ed

Paul58
12-22-2009, 03:31 PM
What about a script that removes the DRM from the B&N PDB e-books. I downloaded a group of free e-books from B&N and didn't realize they were .pdb files! Fortunately they were free...

kennyc
12-22-2009, 03:44 PM
There is that out there already, it creates HTML files, which I guess is what pdb is.

Check this thread: http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?p=674930

edembowski
12-22-2009, 03:54 PM
You can write a script to convert it quickly to epub. Let's say you ran ereader2html and out put to some direcotry 'foo'. You can run ebook-convert (from calibre) to convert it to epub, and then import to calibre.

- Ed

The key gen is now posted on the site. They both work on a Mac flawlessly.

MerLock
12-23-2009, 12:34 AM
It's under the free books.

Thanks, found the book and the decryption worked!

Lloyd Simcoe
12-24-2009, 01:01 PM
Details on my blog, in the post Circumventing Barnes & Noble DRM for EPUB (http://i-u2665-cabbages.blogspot.com/2009/12/circumventing-barnes-noble-drm-for-epub.html).

Wow, very cool!

bookworm425
12-26-2009, 06:56 AM
So can you put, in laymans terms, how to get the Barnes and Noble PDB to an unencrypted ePub format? I am trying to put it on my Sony PRS-600.

wallcraft
12-26-2009, 07:19 AM
So can you put, in laymans terms, how to get the Barnes and Noble PDB to an unencrypted ePub format? You need to use the Dark Reverser's ereader2html.py script and then Calibre on the resulting HTML. Unfortunately, ereader2html is a command-line python script - so you need to open a command window to run it.

bookworm425
12-27-2009, 07:55 PM
You need to use the Dark Reverser's ereader2html.py script and then Calibre on the resulting HTML. Unfortunately, ereader2html is a command-line python script - so you need to open a command window to run it.

I have used Python before, as well as Calibre, but i tried to get Dark Reverser's script and was unable to find it, it looked like his website was taken down. Do you know where i can get ereader2html.py?

rcuadro
12-27-2009, 08:42 PM
Do you know where i can get ereader2html.py?

Unfortunately we cannot post links for DRM removing scripts on the forum. it is against the rules so we can keep big brother away :thumbsup:
However, using google to search for it usually works, or the friendly PM :2thumbsup

As a note, if you enter the script name right into google it goes along way :bookworm:

jantzde
01-12-2010, 02:08 PM
Details on my blog, in the post Circumventing Barnes & Noble DRM for EPUB (http://i-u2665-cabbages.blogspot.com/2009/12/circumventing-barnes-noble-drm-for-epub.html).

Hi,

I guess I'm just dense at the moment.......but I'm definitely doing something wrong when I try the converting thing, with Python.

Maybe there is a certain order and I'm not doing it in that order?

I've read your blog and I've read some help files...and still I'm lost.

I downloaded a free book from Barnes and Noble and have been trying to convert it...but yes the DRM prevented me from doing so using Callibre.

Can you "dumb" down the instructions for me? Please?

Thanks so much.

Debby

Spunky
01-12-2010, 04:28 PM
:chinscratch: I am so new at this I have turned green--so please be kind and guide me along as to the correct manner of changing B&N DRM into epub for my Sony PRS300. From what I have read it appears that I have to:

1-Download Python
2-Then run ignoblekey
3-Then run ignoblekeygen
4-Then run ignobleepub

So after Step 4 would I then just be able to save to my eLibrary or would I have to import it into Calibre (sp?)????

:thanks:

wallcraft
01-12-2010, 04:38 PM
From what I have read it appears that I have to ... Make sure it is Phython 2.6 (i.e. not Python 3.0), and you also need PyCrypto. Use only one of ignoblekey.pyw and ignoblekeygen.pyw (they do the same thing in different ways). The result of ignobleepub.pyw is a DRM-free ePub, which should work "as is" in your PRS-300.

Spunky
01-12-2010, 04:44 PM
Ok so I need:
1-Phython 2.6
2-PyCrypto
3-either one of the ignoblekey's
4-ignobleepub

I presume these are all available online? And then I would be good to go! Can't wait to give it a try later tonight. Thanks for your quick response.

jantzde
01-12-2010, 07:38 PM
Make sure it is Phython 2.6 (i.e. not Python 3.0), and you also need PyCrypto. Use only one of ignoblekey.pyw and ignoblekeygen.pyw (they do the same thing in different ways). The result of ignobleepub.pyw is a DRM-free ePub, which should work "as is" in your PRS-300.

I have both Python 2.6 and PyCrypto, but I'm not getting to the place where it wants to save any file and where I name that file ignoblekey.

And I have two .exe's in the folder for Pyton. Which one do I use?

I guess I'm just lost all the way around.

So more detailed info I suppose is needed. At least for me.

thanks

Debby

wallcraft
01-12-2010, 08:52 PM
I have both Python 2.6 and PyCrypto, but I'm not getting to the place where it wants to save any file and where I name that file ignoblekey. The script should be called ignoblekey.pyw. If the extension is correct and Python is installed, this should show up with a blue and yellow python icon. Then all you need to do is double click on the script. I suggest putting the pycrypto executable in the same folder as ignoblekey.pyw.

Sydney's Mom
01-15-2010, 05:58 PM
Glad to see I Hear Cabbages is still with us, having fun!

alecE
01-21-2010, 12:59 PM
When B&N introduced *another* DRM, my immediate reaction was to resolve never, but *NEVER* to buy from them. Many thanks to Cabbages for the work, thereby making it a little more likely that I will buy from B&N, now I can remove their DRM.
I hope B&N appreciate the irony!

nikkie
05-29-2010, 08:13 PM
Don't use the key extractor anymore - it no longer works with recent versions of the B&N software as they have encrypted the key. Use the generator instead.

kdk
08-22-2010, 08:55 PM
Hi all,
I am usually better at figuring things out than this but I think my newish mac is teaming up against me, I have downloaded all of the scripts and saved them in the same folder as pycrypto and when double click it just opens the python script for me to look at... I am sure I am missing something fairly obvious and I apologize for asking the obvious but what do I do once the script window is open??
Thanks for any help!

adullday
08-25-2010, 06:47 PM
Does the filename end in .py or .pyw? The MacOS (at least on 10.5) doesn't recognize the .pyw extension. Remove the 'w' and the next time you open it a runnable application with the same name will appear.

kdk
08-27-2010, 12:19 PM
Thanks! I think that may be part of the problem. I need to understand my computer better but I have always used pc's and still do for work so for the most part my mac is still a mystery to me.

I also didn't have pycrypto properly installed - it turns out that I had to load some extra support options from my snow leopard install disk before it would work, but with all of that said and done still the only thing that happens when i double click the script is that it opens a python window showing the script. I am not sure why I can't get past this part any help would be much appreciated, thanks!

kdk
08-27-2010, 01:09 PM
AHA! I figured it out! Crazy mac - thanks for the help!

ATDrake
08-27-2010, 03:38 PM
You can associate the .pyw extension on the Mac with the Python Launcher (buried in /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/[version]/Resources) via More Info/Open With in the Finder. Then double-clicking will automatically open it.

pforbes
10-03-2010, 10:03 AM
:chinscratch: I am so new at this I have turned green--so please be kind and guide me along as to the correct manner of changing B&N DRM into epub for my Sony PRS300. From what I have read it appears that I have to:

1-Download Python
2-Then run ignoblekey
3-Then run ignoblekeygen
4-Then run ignobleepub

So after Step 4 would I then just be able to save to my eLibrary or would I have to import it into Calibre (sp?)????

:thanks:

New to this issue, too. Started with a Palm E2 and needed to move up in the world to an iPod Touch. Now need five (5) reader apps just to read my e-library on the train. ARRGHHHH!

Tried to follow the Python/Calibre thing but find I need actual Step-by-Step instructions. I'm not too thick, but Terminal and Mac script things never concerned me like Basic and DOS did at work so it looks like Greek to me. I don't understand the error messages that Python provides.

Off-line help, anyone?
:help:

KevinH
10-03-2010, 11:30 AM
Hi,

Sure pm KevinH on this forum. Happy to help.

(Also from Ontario!)

Victorine
10-03-2010, 12:12 PM
As a writer, when I put my book on the Kindle, I put a DRM on it because I didn't want people file sharing my hard work. But when I read posts like this I realize that I just frustrated my customers and made it difficult for them to enjoy my book on different devices.

So when I put my book up on B&N website, I clicked NO DRM.

I've learned a lot since I first started this ebook thing.

Vicki

pforbes
10-08-2010, 09:16 AM
As a writer, when I put my book on the Kindle, I put a DRM on it because I didn't want people file sharing my hard work. But when I read posts like this I realize that I just frustrated my customers and made it difficult for them to enjoy my book on different devices.

So when I put my book up on B&N website, I clicked NO DRM.

I've learned a lot since I first started this ebook thing.

Vicki

I'm on your side. Had long chat with a favoured writer, Jeffery Carver, about these DRMs. He pointed me to Python & Caliber. A few of his books are free and I like them so much, I donated funds to him to encourage his continued writing.
I understand about the passion behind what folks are good at doing, but I do know it doesn't pay the rent like money does.
I pay for what I read and object strenuously to copies being freely and illegal distributed. This applies to Software, books, music.....
What I get upset at is a Vendor restricting my purchase from being used on a better Reader. Like buying a Ford and only being allowed to drive it on Ford's roads:thumbsup:

TomF
10-21-2010, 08:56 PM
A couple of years ago I read a book by a recent NYT Top-10 author. After getting my Kindle a few months ago I decided to go back and read all of his books starting with his first one. All of his books were available at Amazon except the third one, published in 1992, which was only available in paperback, so I ordered it from Amazon.

I just discovered that it was available as an e-book from B&N, so I bought the EPUB version. Thanks to i♥cabbages this is the next book I'll be reading on my Kindle!

Everything worked great! Thanks!

Frogger0706
10-28-2010, 06:17 PM
Anyone out there available to PM? I seem to be really dumb and cannot figure this out for the life of me. Ready to throw computer thru the wall!

wallcraft
10-28-2010, 08:52 PM
Ready to throw computer thru the wall! There is now a plug in for Calibre that can strip B&N DRM from ePubs. This is in tools_v2.1, and as usual see Apprentice Alf's Blog for the latest info.

doreenjoy
10-28-2010, 08:56 PM
Anyone out there available to PM? I seem to be really dumb and cannot figure this out for the life of me. Ready to throw computer thru the wall!

PM sent...

pforbes
10-29-2010, 03:56 PM
There is now a plug in for Calibre that can strip B&N DRM from ePubs. This is in tools_v2.1, and as usual see Apprentice Alf's Blog for the latest info.

Where can I find that Tools V2.1, please?

texasnightowl
10-29-2010, 04:10 PM
Where can I find that Tools V2.1, please?

use google...search for the blog that was referenced

pforbes
11-05-2010, 04:32 PM
Not terribly into 'Blogs'. Tried to send a note (query) to link removed and it failed. All text lost. Am cheesed off.
Am at wits end getting pwy's to not open Text. Something I did but can't see where to fix.
Another site can't let me know when there's a reply. Will this one?

KevinH
11-05-2010, 09:50 PM
Hi,

As I tried to explain in my pm ..

On Mac OSX you need to make sure that all pyw files actually launch in the Python Launcher.app.

To make any *.pyw program launch in the Python Launcher.app

**Single-click** on any .pyw file

Go to the Finder->Get Info menu which will open a window with info about that .pyw file.

In that window go to “Open With” then use the pull down menu.

If “Python Launcher.app” is listed, then choose it and hit the “Change ALL” button.

If it is not listed then choose:

“Other …”

It will open up a gui to allow you to select the app you want to open it with.

The use the windows to navigate to

“HD” (or whatever you call you main hard drive)

/System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/Resources

and then select “Python Launcher.app”

Then hit the Change All Button.

After that when double-clicking on a .pyw file, it should autolaunch via the Python Launcher.app and you will not need Terminal.app at all

leday
12-03-2010, 03:19 PM
I have already been using the inept scripts for Adobe epub and pdf files for my Sony Reader with no problems. I now have purchased a Nook Color and have a question about the ignoblekey and ignoblekeygen scripts. I do NOT have the B&N reader software, as I prefer to use Calibre for my book management. Running the ignoblekey script gives me the error that it cannot locate the B&N reader software so that bombed out. Ignoblekeygen runs though. Am I correct in assuming that I can generate a key using this software WITHOUT needing to have the B&N reader software loaded, and that the generated key will work for ignobleepub to generate the final book file? Is there a book I can test this on before I actually purchase one from B&N? Also, if I only download the book directly to my Nook via Wi-Fi, do I need to have the B&N reader to get it to my hard drive so I can work with it using these scripts? (I know...newbie question...)

ATDrake
12-03-2010, 03:31 PM
One of the scripts you mention is an old one, and has been superceded by the other script, which is basically an update for the old one.

The B&N DRM, unlike the ADE-DRM which Sony uses, works like a username/password combo across any version of all the files, and is not keyed to only work on a particular device.

The B&N software is not needed, either to download files (which you can get directly from the My NOOKlibrary page on their website) or for providing the info to unlock the books. You'll probably also be able to transfer the files directly from your Nook to your computer via USB.

B&N have promotional free books you could test it out on. See the Deals forum, where people often post the latest ones, and see if there's anything you might like to read.

Hope this helps.

Leep
12-03-2010, 04:15 PM
I have already been using the inept scripts for Adobe epub and pdf files for my Sony Reader with no problems. I now have purchased a Nook Color and have a question about the ignoblekey and ignoblekeygen scripts. I do NOT have the B&N reader software, as I prefer to use Calibre for my book management. Running the ignoblekey script gives me the error that it cannot locate the B&N reader software so that bombed out. Ignoblekeygen runs though. Am I correct in assuming that I can generate a key using this software WITHOUT needing to have the B&N reader software loaded, and that the generated key will work for ignobleepub to generate the final book file? Is there a book I can test this on before I actually purchase one from B&N? Also, if I only download the book directly to my Nook via Wi-Fi, do I need to have the B&N reader to get it to my hard drive so I can work with it using these scripts? (I know...newbie question...)

If you are already using Calibre, look for the new Calibre plugins that replace using the scripts. Once you install them (use the readme file in the same folder) you will simply buy the book, follow the link to your B&N library and then download, saving the book somewhere you can find it. Then drag the book into Calibre and presto "drm free"

cheers

leday
12-04-2010, 02:15 PM
If you are already using Calibre, look for the new Calibre plugins that replace using the scripts. Once you install them (use the readme file in the same folder) you will simply buy the book, follow the link to your B&N library and then download, saving the book somewhere you can find it. Then drag the book into Calibre and presto "drm free"

cheers

Thanks. Could you direct me to where I can find the plugins?

KevinH
12-04-2010, 02:34 PM
Hi,

Here is an answer to a similar question.

http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1249494&postcount=42

Tom2112
12-07-2010, 02:59 AM
The Calibre plugin works like a charm. It almost couldn't get any easier.

pforbes
12-11-2010, 01:35 PM
If you are already using Calibre, look for the new Calibre plugins that replace using the scripts. Once you install them (use the readme file in the same folder) you will simply buy the book, follow the link to your B&N library and then download, saving the book somewhere you can find it. Then drag the book into Calibre and presto "drm free"

cheers

This caught my eye. I don't work in code in any way but have Calibre and wish to know how and where to find those new Calibre plugins. Have not been successful with the Python tool. It still seem to be above my pay grade.

Any help will be much appreciated.

Patrick

wallcraft
12-11-2010, 01:57 PM
where to find those new Calibre plugins. Apprentice Alf's Blog is the best place to read about DRM issues. The plug-ins are in the tools_2.3 bundle. This bundle is also your best source for the latest stand-alone utilities for stripping DRM.

pforbes
01-03-2011, 02:13 PM
I'm an avid E-Book reader with my iPod and am having a real hard time dealing with those pesky DRM's. I found Stanza to be the best and Goodreader for pdf's.
What I am baffled by is getting Calibre to work right so I can read those E-books I've purchased from a variety of vendors with my Apps of choice.

I would be most thrilled and incredibly appreciative if someone, anyone, could contact me off-list with their phone number and and appropriate time to call who I can have a walk-through to get this working on my Mac.

I've been frustrated by many of the terms and descriptions used as well as the various files and their uses and been sent down several off roads that just caused my sight to blur. Exasperated.

Anyone, I need a Talk-through. I'm not dense, just not familiar with the confusing terms everyone uses.

patrickforbesatmacdotcom

pforbes
01-30-2011, 03:45 PM
Me, I'm getting to end of MY rope with DRM's, too. I've got the latest stuff but am having a hard time working it. I was making some headway with Keith, but seemed to have worn out my welcome with him with my slow and methodical processing of his info.

I've given up with the Adobe stuff for now and am now turning to my B&N books.
The latest Alf stuff asks for a B&N code thing that I think consists of my credit card name and number. What I can't figure out is what is the exact syntax of that code that'll let the plugin work.

Can someone help with that, please?

wallcraft
01-30-2011, 03:55 PM
The latest Alf stuff asks for a B&N code thing that I think consists of my credit card name and number. What I can't figure out is what is the exact syntax of that code that'll let the plugin work. The Ignoble README gives you this information. One wrinkle is to look on "My NOOK Library" for what B&N thinks your name is for ebooks.