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Old 02-21-2012, 12:47 PM   #1
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another program like calibre for linux ?

hello i have got peppermint linux on my acer aspire 5536 laptop and i have been using calibre but i was wondering if there was another program i could use besides calibre please ?
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Calibre has lots of different uses - what part or parts do you want to use? There are a couple of single purpose readers, but I can't think of any other catalogue or conversion programs.
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its probably me but i get confused with calibre and i was looking for a program that is easier to use and control my kindle.
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Unfortunately, for most of the basic functions, Calibre is the easiest thing out there, regardless of Operating system.

Which functions were you getting confused by? We can help.
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