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Old 07-08-2010, 09:19 PM   #1
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Synching Kobo with Linux

Greetings,


I got my reader all updated via SD card and it is working very well so far. I was able to synch the Kobo Reader with the Windows desktop client I installed to perform the upgrade. When I fired up the linux client, I was informed that a new update was required to synch with the Kobo eReader. The update downloaded and then the Kobo Reader Linux Client shut down. When I fired it back up, it recognized the reader, but nothing happened when I pressed synch. Is there anyway I can enable synching using the Linux Client? I really like how the reader handles the Kobo format books vs. ADE books. I also am enamoured of the idea of native linux support for an ebook platform featuring premium content. Any ideas?

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