Originally Posted by salvoilgirovago
i managed to connect kindle over ssh. So I only copy the two phrases
# gzip -d kite.gz
# sh kite
after gaining root access with putty ?
I've tried to do that but it didn't work
First you need to access into directory you copied "kite.gz" into.
For example, if you copied into root directory when Kindle was connected in standard USB userstore mode, type:
Or for example for "documents" directory:
Just a note - the initiating "#" is just a sign you are in ssh.
You need to write commands without #
When you will be in proper directory, execute:
gzip -d kite.gz
as you wrote.
geekmaster: in fact, kite is only way at Kindle 4NT, which provide easily execution 3rd part things without ssh.