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Old 04-09-2012, 07:45 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by ryuji35 View Post
Another attempt is I pasted data.tar.gz and runme.sh to my kindle, rebooted once, deleted RUNME.done, then eject, then rebooted again. The difference now is that there was a "runme.sh is running" message in a background of patterns that appears before the usual kindle logo reboot appears. but there is still no screensaver folder that was created.
You ran the wrong RUNME.sh, which is why no screensaver changes were made to your kindle. The RUNME.sh that displays the pattern and text on the kindle eink screen is just a DEMO that proves that the data.tar.gz payload is installed and working. The ONLY thing it does is to display that pattern and message.

You need to replace that RUNME.sh file with a different one that actually DOES whatever changes to your kindle you want, and you need to remove RUNME.done and reboot each time you wish to run another RUNME.sh.


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