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Old 08-03-2006, 04:01 PM   #1
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I had downloaded some *.pdf files from torrent but in the patch I have some files with extension *.chm.
What are does?
How do I read them?
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Take a look here:

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Originally Posted by strycnine
I had downloaded some *.pdf files from torrent but in the patch I have some files with extension *.chm.
What are does?
How do I read them?
Microsoft Help, Compiled HTML.

And the tool provided under the link that yin-yeti posted
allows you to view them in Linux ;}

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If you use KDE, install kchmviewer. If you use GNOME or XFCE, gnochm or xchm are good choices.


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