Remove DRM from Amazon Kindle’s ebooks using Linux

Posted by Cypress on Aug 20, 2010 10:19 AM EDT
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When you buy an ebook using your Kindle, there’s a 99% chance it’s a DRM file. That means you won’t be able to read it anywhere else but on your Kindle. And we won’t accept that. To be able to convert that file and remove its DRM protection, you need a set of Python scripts called MobiDeDRM.

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