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Old 10-31-2008, 09:14 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
But if that were the case, Alex wouldn't be able to set a bookmark on any book on the SD card. My understanding is that the problem is occuring with one and only one book!

Alex - have you tried moving the book to the Gen3's internal memory and seeing if it will save its initial position there? If it does, that's pretty conclusive proof that the problem lies with the card. If the problem persists there, it would suggest that the problem lies with the book.
Thanks, Harry. Yes, you understand correctly. The original fault was with only one book. All others I tested worked as expected.

I'll try your idea of moving the ebook to the Cybook itself, and report back.

I think I understand what Tommy and Krystian are saying now; if I read the ebook from the card in the Cybook but using the Windows Desktop reader then Windows may be mounting the file rather than Linux, and if I try to read the ebook with the Cybook reader then Linux may mount only this particular file read-only. Is this making sense?

Regards, Alex
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