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koreader - An ebook reader application supporting PDF, DjVu, EPUB, FB2 and many more formats, running on Kindle, Kobo, PocketBook, Ubuntu Touch and Android devices

  •    Lua

KOReader is a document viewer application, originally created for Kindle e-ink readers. It currently runs on Kindle, Kobo, PocketBook, Ubuntu Touch and Android devices. Developers can also run a KOReader emulator for development purposes on desktop PCs with Linux, Windows and Mac OSX. Check out the KOReader wiki to learn more about this project.

plato - Document reader

  •    Rust

plato is a document reader for Kobo's e-ink devices. It was tested on a Glo HD and an Aura ONE.

okreader - Free/libre software for Kobo ebook readers

  •    Shell

Free/libre software stack for Kobo ebook readers. No proprietary software (except WiFi and EPD controller firmware), no spyware and no DRM. Based on koreader and Debian. WARNING: At this point, okreader has only been tested on a few different devices. Only install it if you know what you're doing. You could brick your ereader and in some countries you might void your warranty.

fmon - File monitor

  •    C

A daemon for launching programs on the Kobo e-readers. This command also needs to be issued after each firmware update.

kobopatch - An improved patching system for Kobo eReaders.

  •    Go

An improved patching system for Kobo eReaders. See https://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=297338 . Download patches for v4.9.11311+ here.

kfmon - Kute File Monitor

  •    C

Licensed under the AGPLv3. Housed here on GitHub. This is intended as an improvement over Sergey's Kobo File Monitor. If you're unfamiliar with fmon, it basically launches a specific action when you open a specific book on your Kobo, thanks to Linux's inotify API. Usually, a single PNG file is used as the "trigger" book.

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