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Old 08-18-2008, 03:37 PM   #46
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It is me again. Sorry, I just can't get this.

I have put lit2mobi.exe and convertlit.exe, renamed to clit.exe, and a.lit, my test lit file, into a directory on my desktop. I copied the path to the directory as Harry wrote.

I ran the cmd.exe command and the window appeared and I typed lit2mobi.exe a.lit

It appeared to run and asked me to open the .lit file. I clicked on it and it kept asking me. Eventually I gave up. It said the following

Unpack file a.lit in dir ctmp
Read in HTML tree from opf
Opf: Initialize from a file: a.opf
Could not open opf file: a.opf

Any more suggestions?
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Old 08-18-2008, 04:01 PM   #47
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It is me again. Sorry, I just can't get this.

I have put lit2mobi.exe and convertlit.exe, renamed to clit.exe, and a.lit, my test lit file, into a directory on my desktop. I copied the path to the directory as Harry wrote.

I ran the cmd.exe command and the window appeared and I typed lit2mobi.exe a.lit

It appeared to run and asked me to open the .lit file. I clicked on it and it kept asking me. Eventually I gave up. It said the following

Unpack file a.lit in dir ctmp
Read in HTML tree from opf
Opf: Initialize from a file: a.opf
Could not open opf file: a.opf

Any more suggestions?
Is your lit file DRM protected? Where did you get it?

Also, I don't understand why you needed to rename something to clit.exe? clit.exe is the name of the file as it is shipped.

If you want I can do a webex with you. PM me if you want to do that.

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Old 08-18-2008, 04:17 PM   #48
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Amberlit converts it to HTML ok so I don't think it is protected
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