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HPR2209: Calibre eBook Server

HPR2209: Calibre eBook Server

You can share your Calibre ebook library by running the calibre-server daemon, either from your desktop machine or on a server that is available on your local network. (Or, if you have it set up that way, it can be outward-facing to the wide world.)

To share your library from the desktop Calibre application, choose Connect/share from the menu at the top of the window, then choose Start Content Server. Make a note of the IP address and port, and then you can use other devices on your network to access the library at that address. Normally I use the "Get Books" function of the Marvin ebook app on my iPad, or else the "Experimental Browser" on my Kindle and download the books directly to the devices. On my Android phone, I use the Chrome browser and then long press on the link to an Epub file, choose to save to device, and then open it using FBreader.

To share the library from your GNU/Linux server, you'll have to install Calibre on the server and then put a copy of your ebook Library o