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Old 08-10-2010, 12:22 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by luqmaninbmore View Post
Uh, I don't call installing wine from your distro's repo and then installing ADE to be 'jumping through hoops.'
I meant this information, which was suggested to me in another MR thread. Some of the posts look a bit involved.

I have a fresh bad experience of a Windows application I tried to install with Wine (it installed but didn't work, the uninstaller failed, and I am still fixing file associations it changed). So I am a bit hesitant to install ADE with Wine. Before that, however, I will try on a Mac I have.

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As for DRM ebooks, Kobo has released a linux client which will allow you to read books purchased from their store (you can also read them on-line on their website in your browser of choice). E-Reader.com has a linux client available as well.
That's interesting, thanks.
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