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Old 07-12-2013, 12:56 PM   #209
Ken Maltby
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Originally Posted by Markismus View Post
Maybe you could make the library hidden, e.g. ".libraryKOreader", or even put it in KOreader directory.

Then either you give reader.lua the directory as a starting directory by adding the path behind reader.lua in the script "koreader_kobo.sh".
Or you rename it before starting reader.lua to a sub of /mnt/onboard and before starting nickel to a hidden name. The script to use before nickel is "run.sh" (or etc/init.d/rcS see http://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/Kobo...g_Telnet.2FFTP) and the script before reader.lua is "koreader_kobo.sh".
I think we are using the term "Library" differently. I am looking to stop Nickel from processing the contents of the external uSD card, or have it not see the FAT32 formatted card at all.

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Ken
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