Az Okular lefordítása forráskódból Linuxon
If you want to compile Okular, you need to have a compilation environment set up, which, in general, should be provided by your distribution. In case you want to compile the development version of Okular, please refer to Build from source at KDE’s Community Wiki.
You can download and compile Okular this way:
git clone https://invent.kde.org/graphics/okular.git
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/path/to/your/install/dir ..
If you install Okular in a different path than your system install directory it is possible that you need to run
source build/prefix.sh; okular so that the correct Okular instance and libraries are picked up.
There are some optional packages you could install in order to have some more functionalities in Okular. Some might already be packaged for your distro, but other may not. If you want to avoid any issues, stick to the packages supported by your distribution
- Poppler (PDF backend): To compile the PDF backend, you need the Poppler library, for which the minimum version required is 0.24
- Libspectre: In order to compile and use this PostScipt (PS) backend, you need libspectre >= 0.2. If your distro does not package it, or the packaged version is not enough, you can download it here
- DjVuLibre: To compile the DjVu backend, you need DjVuLibre >= 3.5.17. As with Libspectre, you can get it from your distro or here.
- libTIFF: This is required for TIFF/fax support. Currently there is no minimum required version, so any quite recent version of the library available from your distro should work. In case of trouble, do not hesitate to contact the Okular developers.
- libCHM: This is needed to compile the CHM backend. As with libTIFF, there is no minimum version requirement
- Libepub: If you need EPub support, you can install this library from your distro or from sourceforge.
Az Okular eltávolítása
You can uninstall Okular by running
make uninstall in your
build dir. This will remove the application from your system. It will not remove any user data you have viewed, created, or modified with Okular.