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Old 01-30-2013, 01:48 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Katsunami View Post
Are you running both Calibre and ADE in WINE? Last year, if you could find a WINE version that would work with both programs *and* would let you activate ADE, then it would all work. Splitting ADE and Calibre between WINE and Linux never worked, as Calibre could not "see" ADE's installation, as is (was?) required.
Ade, Kindle, and Nook for pc in wine1.5, calibre in linux. Using ubuntu 12.04 at this time. Yes my ADE is activated under wine. All tools from apprentice alf work.

How to install Adobe Digital Editions on Ubuntu 12.04 and use it with an e-book reader

I also have a non-activated copy of MSreader working under wine.

bernie

p.s. see this thread

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