[Q] Problems loading library books onto rooted Nook Color
Sorry if this has been discussed, but search seems to have been down for a couple of days now.
Recently I renewed my library card and so wanted to check out reading borrowed books on my rooted Nook Color.
My main computer is a desktop running Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, which has Adobe Digital Editions successfully installed under WINE 1.3x. I can check books out from my library and then it downloads the .acsm file to my computer. Then, when I click on the .acsm file the book opens in ADE just fine. However, that's where I'm stuck.
When I plug my Nook Color into my computer via the USB cable, ADE never sees the Nook Color for me to authorize it. I'm also running Calibre, and when plugging the Nook Color in it sees the device just fine and I'm able to transfer non-DRM'd books to it. When trying to transfer the files through Calibre, Calibre immediately tells me there's an error and there's no software to read the file on that device (paraphrasing error msg).
Has anyone using Linux been able to successfully borrow books from their library and upload them to their rooted Nook Color?
Samsung Omnia i910 (retired)