Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Compiled HTML Format and Linux

Hi All,

I dont remember about other Linux Distros like Fedora, Mandriva or SuSe. I dont know if they all have a default chm-viewer installed or not.

Alright...Things to follow to view a .chm file on your linux distro...

If it is Debian....
1. Open Synaptic and search for kchmviewer, gnochm, xchmviewer.
2. Update your repos before step 1
3. Install it. View it. Thats it. Do it.

I remember that when I used Slackware 10, that they had a chm viewer by default. Or else if you download their latest DVD - then you have the tgz file. You need to just install it.

Mail me for any doubts.

Ananth Gouri

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