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Old 02-03-2018, 03:23 PM   #1
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Remarkable: linux client

Given the recommendation in the general discussions thread, when that thread was moved to the other ebook readers forum, I thought I would start a new thread on accessing the tablet from GNU/Linux systems.

A PHP based client has been written by Andreas Gohr which gives full access to the tablet's contents stored on the cloud, allowing listing, uploading and downloading: the ReMarkable API github site.

On Debian, I had to simply clone the repository,
Code:
git clone https://github.com/splitbrain/ReMarkableAPI.git
, then
Code:
sudo apt install composer
and finally
Code:
composer install
. At this point, I could use the remarkable.php script to start interacting with the cloud storage for the reMarkable tablet.

Works very well for listing and downloading; uploading has some quirks which I am still investigating (tablet claims documents are corrupt).

Update: there was a bug with the upload aspect. Raised an issue and this was resolved very quickly! Works very well now.

Last edited by ballfresno; 02-04-2018 at 07:41 AM. Reason: updating status of the software for uploading documents
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Old 02-05-2018, 07:09 PM   #2
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Do I understand this correctly - this lets you interact with the cloud storage, not directly with the device, right? So to have an effect on the device, you need to activate the cloud uploading/downloading?
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Do I understand this correctly - this lets you interact with the cloud storage, not directly with the device, right? So to have an effect on the device, you need to activate the cloud uploading/downloading?
Yes, that is correct. For me, this is a good thing as it means I can send or get stuff to/from the tablet without being next to the tablet.
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Late to the party, here. But thank you for finding this (and raising the issue with the api!) I find the cloud... challenging, in that I work primarily with ebooks, so having an access method that is more reliable than what I have found with the windows/android clients is awesome. Maybe I'll even connect the tablet to the cloud from time to time :-p
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