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I am newbie starting with knoppix. My problem is that I cannot read .chm file in knoppix. Is .chm file a binary file. Can you please tell me how to ...
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    How to read .chm file in Knoppix


    I am newbie starting with knoppix.
    My problem is that I cannot read .chm file in knoppix.
    Is .chm file a binary file.
    Can you please tell me how to read .chm file in knoppix.
    Thanx.

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    you install KchmViewer you can install it trougth Synaptic, you serch kchmViewer and install it

    Best Regard

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    How to read .chm file in knoppix

    Thanks for your reply.
    I have copied Knoppix to my hard disc with the help of cheat code.
    Can you please guide me as to how can I download .chmviewer by using synaptic in my case.
    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subhas
    Thanks for your reply.
    I have copied Knoppix to my hard disc with the help of cheat code.
    Can you please guide me as to how can I download .chmviewer by using synaptic in my case.
    Regards.
    He already mentioned that you should run Synaptic and search for kchmviewer, then select it for install. An alternate method is to fire up a terminal emulator like Konsole and do
    Code:
    #apt-get update
    #apt-get install kchmviewer

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    How to read .chm file in Knoppix Reply to Thread

    To my question I received 2 replies.
    My thanks to both of them.
    But I think they missed the point, that I had not installed but copied the image to hard disc using cheat code.
    I have now came to know that there are limitations, if we don't install.

    I quote from:

    Moving to Linux®: Kiss the Blue Screen of Death Goodbye! Second Edition
    By Marcel Gagné

    "Because this bootable Linux does not install itself on your hard drive, you are limited to the packages on the CD. In other words, you can't add or install any new software. If you are truly ready to make the move to Linux, consider installing a full Linux distribution."

    This is for information only.
    Regards.

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