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Old 06-30-2011, 01:50 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by stef70 View Post
The proper link is given in post #201

What is really missing at Kobo is an official website providing all those information (Linux support, firmware upgrades, ...). If it already exists then it is well hidden :-)
Ok, I tried a quick install (Linux Mint 11) using the link on post #201. The icon shows on my application menu but nothing happens when I click on it.

I tried opening it from the terminal to check for an error message but bash just barks back with with "bash does not recognize command kobo" when entering kobo or kobo-desktop in order to launch it. However, I am guilty of not reviewing the entire thread so I will read through it and see if anybody had a similar problem they were able to resolve.
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