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Old 11-04-2010, 12:30 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by Tvangeste View Post
I use excellent WinSCP program to connect to my Kindle over SSH, it can use keys for authentication, and it also understands the SSH agent as well.

Also, there is a very neat option to put any ssh command on the toolbar, so I added "Refresh Kindle" button there, that invokes that dbus command.

So, once I upload my books to Kindle, then I just need to click that "Refresh Kindle" button, and that's it.
Thanks for the tip! The Filezilla client currently doesn't support custom commands to be sent over the SFTP protocol, so I may need to try WinSCP.
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