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Old 06-09-2012, 09:02 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by silver18 View Post
Well, I'm trying to support CBZs and CBRs files for my ImageGallery.
CBZs are easy: I can rename to zip then unzip and everything is fine...
CBRs could be renamed to rar, but then I don't know what to do...

I need only unrar, but I really can't understand Debian, ARMv7 and so on...(Kindle is my first non-windows experience!)
Jumping into the deep end of the pool is one way of learning to swim.
Plus, there is a nice guide to de-bricking your KT available for when things go wrong.

I am a non-Windows user myself, I wouldn't admit I have a windows license in public, even if I did.
So I can't help you with directions on how to do this under Win-Anything.

Now if you happened to have a "Linux LiveCD" handy, of the type that lets you save your work (or to write to your windows file system)...

Read this:
https://www.linux.com/learn/tutorial...linux-live-cds

And then pick their #1 choice to burn to CD, take two asprin, call me when done.

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