[CentOS] How to view djvu files?

Marko Vojinovic markovojinovic at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 17 12:25:40 UTC 2008


--- On Fri, 10/17/08, Spike Turner <spiketurner09 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Marko Vojinovic wrote:
> You cannot get an rpm for CentOS 4 and hope it will
> "just work"
> on CentOS 5. What repositories have you got configured as
> djvulibre-3.5.17-1.el4.rf is for el4?

I didn't get this rpm using yum, but by manually downloading it. Yum is configured properly:

[vmarko at sith ~]$ yum repolist
Loading "fastestmirror" plugin
repo id              repo name                                 status
addons               CentOS-5 - Addons                         enabled
adobe-linux-i386     Adobe Systems Incorporated                enabled
base                 CentOS-5 - Base                           enabled
epel                 Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 5 -   enabled
extras               CentOS-5 - Extras                         enabled
rpmforge             Red Hat Enterprise 5 - RPMforge.net - da  enabled
updates              CentOS-5 - Updates                        enabled
 
> Try and use yum with properly configured 3rd party repos 

[vmarko at sith ~]$ yum search djvu
Loading "fastestmirror" plugin
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
 * epel: ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de
 * adobe-linux-i386: linuxdownload.adobe.com
 * rpmforge: ftp-stud.fht-esslingen.de
 * base: mirror.nsc.liu.se
 * updates: centosh.centos.org
 * addons: centosh.centos.org
 * extras: mirror.nsc.liu.se
No Matches found

So yum does not help here, or I need another repository which has djvulibre package for CentOS 5.2, or some other way to be able to view djvu files. Please give some advise on this.

> or you will break your system chunking in rpms from all 
> over the place.

I am aware of this. In general I prefer using yum over any other option, but it seems I am out of usual options here, so I've tried the less viable ones (and was not successful).
 
Best, :-)
Marko



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