Thread: Touch Kobo with Linux
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Old 07-27-2011, 04:16 PM   #8
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It would be nice if Kobo actually advertised the Linux desktop software, but I guess it's not officially supported.

Anyway, fellow Linux user here who recently bought the Kobo Touch and have had good success with Linux (apart from the initial setup which I happened to do on a Mac). Since I'm primarily interested in public domain books (that is to say free as in speech and beer) I don't have much need to bother with the desktop software, and dropping epub files directly onto the Kobo itself works like a charm.

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