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10 Responses to “About”

  1. Hi,

    I am trying to download your ‘eReader2html.py’ file but it does not seem to be accessible.
    Would it be possible to email it to me?

    Thanks

    Will

  2. Hi,

    I don’t find the ereader2html.py on your side.
    Is it possible to send it to me via email?
    Best regards

    Frank

  3. Can I get ereader2html.py by email as well? Or has legal messiness made it all impossible?

  4. Paul Howard Says:

    Looking for scripts that will un-DRM B&N epubs. Have tools_v1.6b but it apparently doesn’t work with the newest B&N reader software.

  5. Harold Roberts Says:

    Is it possible to remove the DRM from files where you do not remember the Credit Card used. I purchased some books a few years back when I had a palm pilot. They are in pdb format, but DRM’d as well. This was at least 6 years and 3 cross country moves ago. I really want to read these books. ANy thing I can do?

  6. whizbang Says:

    I am trying to remove some DRM files from Ebooks,does your
    download do this? If so could you Email me a copy and tell me where to find the instructions for using it.
    Thanks
    b.wisslead@verizon.net

  7. Hi there –
    I’m trying to find out information about AZW files, details of the specification, etc. What I want to do is write a ”reader’ application. Looks like you’ve been working on some Python scripts, which go a fair way into it. I’d really appreciate any help you can give me that might help me move in the right direction. I understand that the underlying device protocol is mobipocket. Any idea how open this is, and where I can get details of the spec?

    Many thanks

  8. I have an oooold PDB from the pre-B&N days, an actual *unabridged* dictionary, that your script doesn’t like. I am not aware of an electronic version of *any* unabridged dictionary in an electronic form that isn’t tied into some insane dedicated piece of hardware (like you’d get at Sharper Image). I think I have sufficient skills to convert it after the DRM is removed, but I was wondering if you’d be interested in taking a look. I have my name and (7 year old) credit card number that is used as a key, and of course the file. I think the world could use this thing…

  9. I have a rental Kindle book with DRM. The rental has not expired. Your plug in is not opening decoding the book. Do you have any other suggestions?

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