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    Linux equivelant to MS .chm


    What's the Linux equivelant to MS's .chm file, and how do I go about creating one?

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    Have you looked into xCHM?
    http://xchm.sourceforge.net/index.html
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    Beside xCHM there's KDE's app called KCHM (if you use KDE of course).
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