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Old 12-22-2012, 02:53 AM   #183
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Device: Kobo eReader Touch, Kobo Aura HD
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Originally Posted by Morg View Post
Hi,

I tried COPS 0.2.3 on a Synology DS-211j and it works fine - in principle.

Using my Windows Webbrowser or a Linux box "wget", everything works as designed.

If I access COPS via the Kobo Touch browser, I see the starting page, but every click just seems to reload the (current) starting page. I can't get to any of the subpages. Btw - this also happens on your cops demo server.
I also have a Kobo Touch (with latest firmware 2.3.1) and I can't reproduce your problems. When I tested the latest COPS release my Touch was on firmware 2.1.5 and everything worked great.

I really don't know what's going on.

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Originally Posted by Morg View Post
With my wife's Sony PRS-T2 I can open and navigate the site(s) fine, but I get errors when trying to download a book. The reader says "Download not possible. Content is not supported on device".
Using wget, I got a mimetype of "application/octet-stream" both on my and on your demo server, though as far as I could see in the source, epub should send an "application/epub+zip" mimetype.

Am I doing something wrong? I'm new to ebook readers (and calibre and cops).

Oh, I forgot - the Kobo Touch is firmware 2.1.5 (12.10.12), the Sony PRS-T2 is ver 1.0.03.09110.
Best regards
Sebastian
In 0.2.3, I added the octet-stream mimetype to make it work better with Kindle. With that change I didn't have any problem on my Kobo Touch but maybe your PRS-T2 does not like it.

Can you try to remove or comment line 90 of fetch.php :
Code:
 header('Content-Type: application/octet-stream');
Maybe it'll fix book download on your PRS-T2.

Thanks in advance.
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