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    Linux Newbie DeoXMAN's Avatar
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    How do you view Windows chm(compiled HTML) files in Linux?

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    There is a KPart for doing this, It's called KChmPart. It is in by default in Mandrake now, but I don't have it in SuSE 9.3. It used to work by right clicking and choosing Preview in KChmPart.... I actually need to track this down for myself, I'll have a look around and post back when I get it.

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    xCHM will do the job.
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    I think it's called Kchmviewer. Can't remember exactly, though.
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