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Old 07-28-2010, 11:27 PM   #1
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ADE DRM -- How to?

So I've got 0.35m loaded up. I downloaded the evil Adobe client. I went to my library and checkout out a book. Adobe sucks it down and displays it for local reading. I (getting excited now) copy said .epub over to my Jetbook and -- 'Failed to open the file!' I see nothing in the Settings for setting up the Adobe info.

Help -- Anyone? How do the 'Lite' owners validate their DRM?
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Old 07-28-2010, 11:31 PM   #2
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Did you authorize you device? Did you use ADE to make the transfer to the JetBook?
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Oh.. I have to do that *blush*. PEBKAC -- thanks AnemicOak. Yep, using Adobe and not just drag and dropping like I do for every other file got it working.

Thanks for the fast tip!
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Oh.. I have to do that *blush*. PEBKAC -- thanks AnemicOak. Yep, using Adobe and not just drag and dropping like I do for every other file got it working.

Thanks for the fast tip!
Once you use Adobe, you can then transfer the file (or copy it) to your SD card. But Adobe needs to do the original copy so that the authorization comes with the file.
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Along the same lines, does anyone know if ADE works under WINE on Linux? And if so, will it transfer the files (with authorization) over to a JBL that was previously authorized on another computer?
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