CHM viewer on Ubuntu

So I’m back with another problem on my Ubuntu. I’m unable to read some .chm files which I downloaded off Microsoft’s website. Luckily there is a tool called GnoCHM which looks a lot like the Microsoft viewer for .chm files.

You can easily install it from the Add/Remove Applications Applet under Applications > Add remove Applications and search for GnoCHM.

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A CHM viewer will be listed under your Applications > Accessories Menu after install.

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If you like to check out the author’s website here is the link: http://gnochm.sourceforge.net/index.html

The repository for Feisty is running the latest edition so there is no reason to download one from the author’s site.

-dhashi

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