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Old 12-11-2012, 03:15 PM   #4
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Thanks for your answer; within 5 minutes of joining, I found the perfect solution to the problem I was investigating.

I wanted to divide my library into technical manuals and pleasure reading (thankfully, there's a difference for me), but wanted to only share the pleasure reading with friends and family.

Note that this works on Linux if you leave out the ".exe" part. I tried it out, and it worked perfectly.

Marty Fried
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Yep, using the calibre-server.exe command line utility. Note, you'll have to assign different port numbers for each calibre-server instance.

calibre-server - calibre User Manual
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