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Old 02-22-2011, 02:11 AM   #26
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Device: Kindle 3, Kindle 4B, Kindle PW2
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Originally Posted by yifanlu View Post
I've noticed a bug in your script. Amazon looks for "KEYFILES=$(ls /etc/uks/*pem)" aka, files ending with pem in the keys folder. Your keys end with ".hack" or ".amazon", so they won't work on < 3.1.
That is not a bug. I wanted the hack to behave consistently across all firmware versions, the keys ending with .amazon or .hack are not supposed to be used by otaup, only by switch-updates-provider when making the switch.
IMHO it would be confusing if the same setup does something else in 3.0.x compared to 3.1.

Last edited by dsmid; 02-22-2011 at 03:07 AM.
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