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Old 03-01-2012, 03:24 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by mattl View Post
I am very interested in running stock Debian on my Kindle Touch, without any of the Kindle software remaining.

From reading this forum, it seems that it is now possible to flash u-boot on the touch via the USB HID mode, and from there I should be able to boot Debian. Maybe I'm over simplifying things?

Has anyone considered this, and does anyone have any tips on next steps I could take?

I have jailbroken and have USB networking.
You got the touchscreen and eink drivers working in your "Debian" kernel yet? (Debian doesn't build a Kindle kernel that I know of - but the NSLU-2 Debian software should run - if you roll your own kernel to match the Kindle hardware).
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