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    How to convert djvu to pdf

    Step - 1 : Goto Synaptic Package Manager (System - Administration - Synaptic Package Manager)


    Step - 2 : Install

    1. djvulibre-bin
    2. libdjvulibre21
    3. okular-extra-backends
    4. evince
    5. libevdocument1
    6. libevview1



    Step - 3 : Goto terminal and write


    sudo apt-get install libtiff-tools


    Step - 4 : Goto the directory where the djvu file is present. Click the right mouse button. Goto “Open In Terminal” option. Click on it. A terminal will open.


    Step - 5 : In that terminal write


    ddjvu -format=tiff file_name.djvu file_name.tiff


    tiff2pdf -j -o file_name.pdf file_name.tiff





    The djvu to pdf conversion is done.



    N.B. file_name means name of your djvu file.

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    djvu 2 pdf????

    Correction :

    djvu2pdf???? see how to convert djvu to pdf
    Last edited by Tapas Bose, India; August 6th, 2009 at 04:45 AM.

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    Re: How to convert djvu to pdf

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    Re: How to convert djvu to pdf

    I tried this, and I got the message:

    Code:
    Aborted (core dumped)
    Using verbose mode, it seems it gives this error in the middle of the document... So the .tif file is incomplete.

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    Re: How to convert djvu to pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by Geraba View Post
    I tried this, and I got the message:

    Code:
    Aborted (core dumped)
    Using verbose mode, it seems it gives this error in the middle of the document... So the .tif file is incomplete.

    Admittedly I have never used Djvu but would it not be possible to simply open the djvu file with djvu viewer and then print to a pdf printer (ie cups-pdf).

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    Re: How to convert djvu to pdf

    It seems it worked... Thanks!

    But is there a way to convert using the command line only?

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    Re: How to convert djvu to pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by Tapas Bose, India View Post

    ddjvu -format=tiff file_name.djvu file_name.tiff


    tiff2pdf -j -o file_name.pdf file_name.tiff
    I succeeded in creating the TIFF file, but then the subsequent PDF file was okay viewed in Evince, but Adobe Reader and Foxit Reader displayed it all RED!

    The only option was to leave out the "-j" JPEG encryption. However, the resulting PDF was more than 10 times as big...
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    Re: How to convert djvu to pdf

    http://0x2a.at/s/projects/djvu2pdf

    command line tool for djvu to pdf conversion

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    Re: How to convert djvu to pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by Tapas Bose, India View Post
    Step - 1 : Goto Synaptic Package Manager (System - Administration - Synaptic Package Manager)


    Step - 2 : Install

    1. djvulibre-bin
    2. libdjvulibre21
    3. okular-extra-backends
    4. evince
    5. libevdocument1
    6. libevview1



    Step - 3 : Goto terminal and write


    sudo apt-get install libtiff-tools


    Step - 4 : Goto the directory where the djvu file is present. Click the right mouse button. Goto “Open In Terminal” option. Click on it. A terminal will open.


    Step - 5 : In that terminal write


    ddjvu -format=tiff file_name.djvu file_name.tiff


    tiff2pdf -j -o file_name.pdf file_name.tiff





    The djvu to pdf conversion is done.



    N.B. file_name means name of your djvu file.
    djview4 has amazing export options. it is x11 and gtk. great

    http://djvu.sourceforge.net/djview4.html

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