Note (May 31, 2012): This was accurate as of April 2011, and may not work on the newer Kindles. I used this information to get custom screensavers on my Kindle Keyboard (as it is now called).
Download the Jailbreak Here: http://yifan.lu/p/kindle-jailbreak
Follow this guide to get custom screensavers working: http://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/Kindle_Screen_Saver_Hack_for_all_2.x_and_3.x_Kindles
Moving around the terminal one character at a time is slow and gets annoying, so here’s how to move around word by word:
ctrl-a: move to front of line ctrl-e: move to end of line ctrl-w: delete word before cursor
By default, the shortcuts for moving left and right are Esc-b and Esc-f. It’s much handier to use Alt/Option-left and -right, so this is how you can configure terminal to do that:
To configure it to Alt + left and right:- Open Terminal preferences (command + ,);- At Keyboard tab, select "control cursor left (or right)" and doubleclick it;- Left: Select the combo "modifier" to "option" and the action to