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Old 12-18-2012, 11:22 AM   #1
silver18
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Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Italy
Device: Kindle Touch 5.3.2
Clone Kindle in my notebook

ALERT: THIS THREAD MAY CONTAIN HIGHLY NOOBISH THINGS

Sometimes I find myself thinking about something new to do in my Kindle but I don't have it with me.
This ends with me writing down my thoughts in a txt to check them later.

So, this time, I decided to ask for your help!

Being a real *nix-noob, is there a way to clone my Kindle and mount it in my notebook so that I can reach it the same way I do using SSH.
This should allow me to surf in the file-system and to send kindle-only shell commands (lipc and similar)
I really don't need to display also the Kindle screen!

Sorry to waste your time!
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