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Old 03-06-2009, 02:29 PM   #101
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Originally Posted by clarknova View Post
Ok, last one on this, as the thread has turned into a Mac user support group. You need to mind the spaces. The rm command is followed by a space followed by the -i flag followed by a space followed by the wildcard filename of ._*
Thanks, I GOT IT!!!!!!

The only additional note, you must add quotes if your file has any spaces...Like this : rm -i "._kindle faries.png"

This was driving me nuts as the first one file worked (after I added spaces.)
You can go in an rename your files in the screen_saver folder (I did this on a few but got worried I was making more a mess but those work fine)

also another note you do not press enter between this

cd /Volumes/Kindle/system/screen_saver

ls -a


Just enter it as one line: cd /Volumes/Kindle/system/screen_saver ls -a

That's what worked for me. Thanks EVERYONE!!! Now I can love my K2 unconditionally!


On my mac it only worked to bring up the files when
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