12-20-2010 07:47 PM
It works on macs, linux, and windows. I switch between my pc and mac and haven't had any problems. Great program. I could gush for a while, but I won't.
Mobilereads has a ton of support for about any scenario for Calibre users.
12-20-2010 10:46 PM
I use calibre for my mac all the time.
I would point out though that the latest builds (7.41) are for Intel-based macs only. If you're still on a PowerPC based mac, you have to use an older version (I think it's 7.28, but it's explained on the calibre site). It works fine, it just doesn't have some of the latest bells and whistles.
12-21-2010 07:19 PM
Great program. I could gush for a while, but I won't.
Get in line! The gushing line extends out the door and around the block.
The number of people gushing about Calibre grows every day. I wish B&N would license
their DRM software to him so that you could read books with their built in reader, as long as
he didn't support DRM removal, but I don't see that happening.
Its a masterfully written program.
12-22-2010 07:08 AM
And, unlike the klunky ADE, you don't have to connect the Nook before starting Calibre. It also detects the SD card and gives you the option of sending your book to internal memory or card.
Since Adobe refuses to support Linux, I can only use my Mac to get Library books onto my Nook.