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Old 06-09-2012, 10:51 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by silver18 View Post
I didn't managed to explain myself!!
I need to unpack CBZ and CBR files in order to read what's in them (images) with ImageGallery.
I managed to do this with CBZ as Kindle already has unzip command.
But unzip'ing the file takes time and file space.
If your Kindle supports FUSE ( and I think it does), then you just have to mount the *.zip file like any other filesystem device:
http://code.google.com/p/fuse-zip/
Once you have that installed on your Kindle.
Your application program will never know the difference between a *.zip file and the for-real filesystem on /mnt/us.

Note: with only 256Mbyte of ram and no swap file enabled, you will not be able to __write__ large *.zip files, but you should be able to read them.

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