AppImage: MuPDF

This is an unofficial third-party build,
you use it AT YOUR OWN RISK!

MuPDF is a lightweight PDF, XPS, and E-book viewer.

MuPDF consists of a software library, command line tools, and viewers for various platforms.

The renderer in MuPDF is tailored for high quality anti-aliased graphics. It renders text with metrics and spacing accurate to within fractions of a pixel for the highest fidelity in reproducing the look of a printed page on screen.

The viewer is small, fast, yet complete. It supports many document formats, such as PDF, XPS, OpenXPS, CBZ, EPUB, and FictionBook 2. You can annotate PDF documents and fill out forms with the mobile viewers (this feature is coming soon to the desktop viewer as well).

The command line tools allow you to annotate, edit, and convert documents to other formats such as HTML, SVG, PDF, and CBZ. You can also write scripts to manipulate documents using Javascript.

The library is written modularly in portable C, so features can be added and removed by integrators if they so desire. We also have a Java library using JNI that works on both Oracle's Java and Android.

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Latest version
SHA-1 Hash:
dd3f6b3f47e38e38c67113adee6fb486d5e3ff24
Updated at:
2021 Sep 25
Do not forget:
chmod +x ./MuPDF.AppImage
./MuPDF.AppImage
It works in:
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openSUSE Tumbleweed
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Ubuntu 20.04
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KaOS
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Linux distro with GLIBC >= 2.31
Does not work in:
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Ubuntu < 20.04
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CentOS <= 8
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Deepin Linux
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Linux distro with GLIBC < 2.31
How to get GLIBC version:
ldd --version
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MuPDF is a lightweight PDF, XPS, and E-book viewer.

MuPDF consists of a software library, command line tools, and viewers for various platforms.

The renderer in MuPDF is tailored for high quality anti-aliased graphics. It renders text with metrics and spacing accurate to within fractions of a pixel for the highest fidelity in reproducing the look of a printed page on screen.

The viewer is small, fast, yet complete. It supports many document formats, such as PDF, XPS, OpenXPS, CBZ, EPUB, and FictionBook 2. You can annotate PDF documents and fill out forms with the mobile viewers (this feature is coming soon to the desktop viewer as well).

The command line tools allow you to annotate, edit, and convert documents to other formats such as HTML, SVG, PDF, and CBZ. You can also write scripts to manipulate documents using Javascript.

The library is written modularly in portable C, so features can be added and removed by integrators if they so desire. We also have a Java library using JNI that works on both Oracle's Java and Android.


How to install

Although every effort is made to ensure that everything in the repository is safe to install, you use it AT YOUR OWN RISK

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Official way

For the desktop integration you need to install some additional packages.

wget http://apprepo.de/appimage/download/mupdf --output-document=MuPDF.AppImage
chmod +x ./MuPDF.AppImage
./MuPDF.AppImage

Command line

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wget http://apprepo.de/appimage/download/mupdf --output-document=MuPDF.AppImage
chmod +x ./MuPDF.AppImage
./MuPDF.AppImage
Go-appimage

For the desktop integration you need to install some additional packages.

wget http://apprepo.de/appimage/download/mupdf --output-document=MuPDF.AppImage
chmod +x ./MuPDF.AppImage
./MuPDF.AppImage
AppRepo

The desktop integration will be provided by this package.

wget http://apprepo.de/appimage/download/apprepo --output-document=Apprepo.AppImage
chmod +x ./Apprepo.AppImage
./Apprepo.AppImage install mupdf
~/Applications/MuPDF.AppImage


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