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Old 08-21-2012, 11:52 AM   #54
hornpipe2
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Join Date: Jan 2012
Device: Amazon Kindle
Just now got this working, it's great. Notes:
* If you are having problems connecting, restart your Kindle. Security policy appears to be loaded at boot, so changes you make don't take effect until a restart.

* Use this version, some people may have missed it, but it fixes a button problem:
Quote:
Originally Posted by McArrow View Post
Fixed keycode for FIVE-WAY DOWN button...
* I have added this line to /etc/inittab:
Code:
tn:5:once:/mnt/us/usbnet/bin/busybox telnetd
It lets me use KindleTerm to connect to localhost, but connecting the USB cable switches me to mass-storage mode by default. Best of both worlds (for now).

* Question(s): Where do I put commands to run on login? (.shrc and .profile are not working.) And then, once I have a working profile, how can I get /var/tmp/root persistent across reboots? Symlink to /mnt/us/<folder> would be a cool option except that fat32 is case-insensitive...
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