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Old 01-29-2012, 01:19 PM   #145
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Originally Posted by ernalve View Post
You may be right in your speculations. In fact the kindle was loaded with many books at the moment of jailbreaking.

Right now in a windows 7 laptop, the kindle shows up for some seconds but windows won't recognise it as a kindle nor open it.

I'll be at home tomorrow with a laptop that runs ubuntu, so I'll check if I can open the kindle as you say.

One question: the solution that you post and that was succesfull to cherrIChaos, is it a code that I have to write in a terminal?

dasmoover posted a fix to move the collections database from /var/local to /mnt/us, and replace it with a symlink in /var/local, which frees up a lot of space. Perhaps you need to do that using the data.tar.gz method.

The command that I showed is a linux command written in a terminal window, and it relies on the kindle auto-mounting at /media/Kindle. Perhaps you can boot your windows host PC with an ubuntu LiveCD distro, and run it from the CD or DVD. Read more here:

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCD
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