Calibre 2.0 is now released, how to install it on Deepin 2014

August 23, 2014 | By | Reply More

Calibre is a free book management software which has many features. The new version of Calibre 2.0 is now released brings a lot of improvements. On this Deepin tutorial, I am going to show you how to install Calibre 2.0 on Deepin 2014. Before we go further to the installation process, you may want to look at the new features and updates of Calibre 2.0 below:

  • Add support for MTP devices (Android phones/tablets) on OS X
  • Update the version of Qt used by calibre to Qt 5. This fixes various longstanding bugs in calibre that were caused by bugs in Qt 4
  • Edit Book: Make the edit saved search/add saved search popup window non-modal
  • Tag Browser: Show format specific icons for the format entries in the Tag Browser
  • Library check: Add buttons to conveniently mark all fixable/deletable items
  • E-book viewer: Reloading the book now re-opens it at the current position even if the option to remember position when quitting is turned off
  • E-book viewer: Remove extra spacing between document and scrollbars. This is particularly noticeable when using a dark theme for the viewer
  • PDF Output: Fix balanced parentheses in the text of items in the Table of Contents not being rendered properly by some PDF viewers
  • Edit book: Abort terminal save on save error instead of quitting editor
  • Get Books: Update the Project Gutenberg plugin for website changes
  • Plugin loading: When multiple plugin classes are present in the __init__.py namespace, use the one with the qualified name that has the least components
  • Edit Book: Prevent long saved searches from making the saved search dialog too wide

How to install Calibre 2.0 on Deepin 2014

Open Terminal and paste the following command

[codesyntax lang=”bash”]

[/codesyntax]

 

The command will download the package from the internet and then install Calibre to your system. It will download and install Calibre in /opt/calibre

calibre installation

 

Once finished, you can start using Calibre from the application menu.

calibre 2.0

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