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Old 10-29-2012, 01:47 PM   #215
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Originally Posted by NiLuJe View Post
Heh. Seeing as the device list for the K5 is starting to get a bit ridiculous, I just committed new aliases (kindle4, kindle5, touch, paperwhite) as device names that'll take care of the whole list of models for a specific generation. Neater build scripts .
Yay, thanks!

PS: I'll always be waiting for your "official" binary releases of kindletool. The only bin that runs on my production machine (Ubuntu 10.04, x86_64) is - interestingly enough - the i686 version with openssl 0.9.8 . I do have a VM where I can build and run it, but the binary that it spits out won't run on the production machine, so I have to copy files back and forth... And because I'm lazy, I just stick with the method that works (i.e., wait for NiLuJe's binary release and use the i686 one ) - anyway, thanks a ton for the effort you're putting into the jailbreak/usbnet/kindletool! In fact, without you, we'd all be screwed, because you're providing the foundation for everything else
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