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Peter Johnson wrote:Do a search on "chm" in your software repository (a.k.a. package manager), most distros come with a variety of CHM readers. I know that both Gnome and KDE come with one.
Hi peter ,
I am fresher to linux and I am currently using fedora10 . I dont exactly know what Gnome and KDE although I've heard of. I would really appreciate if you can explain me a little about them. Thanks
If you are using Ubuntu, then you are using Gnome. Gnome runs your desktop, it is the windows manager. KDE is an alternate windows manager.
I also found repository and install it
What do you mean by "it"? The repository or the CHM viewer? I will assume you mean the CHM viewer. All you have to do is double-click the CHM file in the file manager and the viewer will open the file.
I should point out that there are several CHM viewers. Since you are running Gnome, you should install the CHM viewer for Gnome.
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I got it . Thanks peter . I carelessly didnt install chm viewer .It is my fault. I dont even know what I did is .... . Now everything's OK. Thanks
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