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[http://www.fbreader.org/ FBReader] is an e-book reader program. It can display txt, fb2, html and various other formats (see [http://www.fbreader.org/about.php http://www.fbreader.org/about.php] for more details).
  
[http://www.fbreader.org/ FBReader] is a e-book reader program. It can work with txt, fb2, html and other various formats formats ([http://www.fbreader.org/about.php more details]).
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== FBReader on Debian with XFCE ==
  
== FBReader on [[debian]] with XFCE ==
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Installing under [[Debian]] is quite simple:
  
Using debian installation is quite simple:
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<pre>
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# apt-get install fbreader
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</pre>
  
# apt-get install fbreader
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After that it will appear in XFCE menu (if you use [http://www.xfce.org/ XFCE] of course).
  
After that it will be appeared in XFCE menu (if you use XFCE, of cource).
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== Simple hack to fit the screen ==
  
== Simple hack to fit on screen ==
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Launching program causes it to exceed Neo screen, making it will useless to read books. That's because packing layout of toolbar that is too long. To fix this, we can disable some unnecessary buttons. Save current configuration of your toolbar, then edit:
  
Launching program cause to fit the window more, than screen. So, it will be some useless to read books. It is proceed because packing layout of toolbar, that too long. To fix this problem, we can disable some of unnecessary buttons on it. First, copy old configuration of your toolbar, then edit:
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<pre>
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# cp /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml.orig
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# vi /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml
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</pre>
  
# cp /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml.orig
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My suggestion is to edit configuration file like this:
# vi /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml
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My suggestion to edit this file like this:
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<pre>
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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<toolbar>
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<menuButton id="showLibrary"/>
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<button id="addBook"/>
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<separator/>
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<button id="toc"/>
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<separator/>
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<button id="search"/>
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<button id="findPrevious"/>
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<button id="findNext"/>
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<separator/>
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<button id="preferences"/>
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<button id="rotate"/>
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</toolbar>
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</pre>
  
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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After that FBReader should fit the screen.
<toolbar>
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        <button id="showLibrary"/>
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        <button id="addBook"/>
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        <separator/>
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        <button id="toc"/>
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        <separator/>
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        <button id="search"/>
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        <button id="findPrevious"/>
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        <button id="findNext"/>
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        <separator/>
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        <button id="preferences"/>
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        <button id="rotate"/>
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</toolbar>
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After that, FBReader will fit on screen.
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{|
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[[Image:read-book.png|300px]] |
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[[Image:library.png|300px]]
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|}
  
[[Image:read-book.png]]
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<onlyinclude>
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{{ApplicationBox|
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Name=[[FBReader]]|
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Description=E-book reader program (TXT, FB2, HTML and more)|
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Screenshot=Read-book.png|
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Homepage=http://www.fbreader.org|
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TestedOn=Debian|
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PackageName=fbreader
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}}
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</onlyinclude>
  
[[Image:library.png]]
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== FBReader on OM2008.* ==
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To install, simply run:
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<pre>
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# opkg install http://www.opkg.org/packages/0_fbreader_0.8.2a-r7+elleopatches_om-gta02.ipk
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</pre>
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[[Image:FBReader-OpenMoko.png|300px]]
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[[Category:Office Applications]]

Latest revision as of 10:23, 7 January 2010

FBReader is an e-book reader program. It can display txt, fb2, html and various other formats (see http://www.fbreader.org/about.php for more details).

[edit] FBReader on Debian with XFCE

Installing under Debian is quite simple:

# apt-get install fbreader

After that it will appear in XFCE menu (if you use XFCE of course).

[edit] Simple hack to fit the screen

Launching program causes it to exceed Neo screen, making it will useless to read books. That's because packing layout of toolbar that is too long. To fix this, we can disable some unnecessary buttons. Save current configuration of your toolbar, then edit:

# cp /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml.orig
# vi /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml

My suggestion is to edit configuration file like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<toolbar>
 <menuButton id="showLibrary"/>
 <button id="addBook"/>
 <separator/>
 <button id="toc"/>
 <separator/>
 <button id="search"/>
 <button id="findPrevious"/>
 <button id="findNext"/>
 <separator/>
 <button id="preferences"/>
 <button id="rotate"/>
</toolbar>

After that FBReader should fit the screen.

Read-book.png | Library.png


Read-book.png FBReader

E-book reader program (TXT, FB2, HTML and more)


Homepage: http://www.fbreader.org
Package: fbreader
Tested on: Debian



[edit] FBReader on OM2008.*

To install, simply run:

# opkg install http://www.opkg.org/packages/0_fbreader_0.8.2a-r7+elleopatches_om-gta02.ipk

FBReader-OpenMoko.png

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FBReader is a e-book reader program. It can work with txt, fb2, html and other various formats formats (more details).

FBReader on debian with XFCE

Using debian installation is quite simple:

# apt-get install fbreader

After that it will be appeared in XFCE menu (if you use XFCE, of cource).

Simple hack to fit on screen

Launching program cause to fit the window more, than screen. So, it will be some useless to read books. It is proceed because packing layout of toolbar, that too long. To fix this problem, we can disable some of unnecessary buttons on it. First, copy old configuration of your toolbar, then edit:

# cp /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml.orig
# vi /usr/share/FBReader/default/toolbar.xml

My suggestion to edit this file like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<toolbar>
       <button id="showLibrary"/>
       <button id="addBook"/>
       <separator/>
       <button id="toc"/>
       <separator/>
       <button id="search"/>
       <button id="findPrevious"/>
       <button id="findNext"/>
       <separator/>
       <button id="preferences"/>
       <button id="rotate"/>
</toolbar>

After that, FBReader will fit on screen.

Read-book.png

Library.png