Connect device via SSH access
OpenInkpot firmware provides SSH access to the device wherever possible (if USB networking is supported by the device). When you put your own books onto the device via SSH you can create any kind of directory structure that suits your needs in the /mnt/storage directory that is provided for user book storage. If you use the live version or any other kind of "dual" boot system, make sure, you running OpenInkpot before trying to access the device by SSH !
Be sure that you have configured IP networking prior to trying a SSH connection.
Linux/Mac OS X
Using a terminal:
$ ssh email@example.com Password: zxc oi:~#
$ ssh -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no firstname.lastname@example.org
Get a SSH client, e.g.:
Now run your SSH client and point it to the 192.168.111.1 (username: root, password: zxc).