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Old 08-26-2012, 02:41 PM   #15
AlPe
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I am interacting with a user of the SBF forum, who has the same problem (on OS X, though.) and he seems to confirm that the problem relies on the attempt to create a tmp directory to unpack the EPUB.

I am planning to have a better look at the issue tomorrow, and I guess the solution involves taking advantage of the standard Calibre function that gives you a temp dir.

Another user confirmed that the plugin runs well on another Linux machine, with Calibre version 0.8.61 (which is different than mine).

EDIT: Terisa, would you mind 1) uninstalling the plugin; 2) installing from this file; 3) restarting Calibre; 4) trying to apply your ex libris? It should work now.

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