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Old 12-20-2012, 10:27 PM   #70
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Originally Posted by mcandre View Post
Kite appeared to successfully install on my Kindle Keyboard 3G / USA, but I can't get any scripts to run. When I launch the PDFs, Kindle just opens blank PDFs. I added executable permissions to my scripts, I added shebangs, I tried writing a test script that with `touch test.txt`, but I don't see a test.txt file. I'm using Mac OS X, and my shell scripts are all using Unix (LF) line endings, and ASCII encoding.

I'm concerned that maybe I didn't properly root my Kindle. The update/jailbreak processed seemed to run fine, but no Kindle root files or directories are visible when I connect to my computer. I don't see /mnt/us, or even /mnt, so I can't install most apps.

What am I doing wrong?
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