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Old 02-12-2012, 04:58 AM   #52
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Originally Posted by kindl View Post
The latest USBNet (1.x) don't create ANY usbnet folder on root partition.
Anyways the \usbnet\* doesn't look like Linux path..

If I search for dropbear, I find dropbear executable in /usr/local/sbin/ and dropbear folder in /usr/local/etc
Putting authorized_keys in any of them doesn't make it work.
So the question is quite reasonable here. How to make it work on current USBNet on Kindle.
I can't say, haven't seen a USBnet marked or named (1.x)
The most recent one I have looked inside of myself was marked as: -0.35.N

The only thing I can think of for you to do is open up the update_*_install.bin package you used to install the USBnet package from and read the scripting to see what it did and/or expects to have done.

The "kindle_update_tool.py" script will decrypt that *.bin for you,
The usual tools will un-compress and un-archive the *.tgz file after decryption.

That python script has been included in every Jailbreak and USBnet package I have seen to date (under /src of the *.zip the packages are shipped in).
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