As you may already know, Calibre is an open-source book management software, with many interesting features including e-book conversion, e-book viewer, library to ebook reader synchronization and support for the most popular eBook formats, including: epub, cbz, mobi, fb2. Being multi-platform, the app works on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.
The latest version available is Calibre 3.34, which comes with changes and enhancements.
- Support for the new Kindle Paperwhite 2018
- Metadata plugboards: Allow defining plugboards that modify comments metadata as well
- E-book viewer: Add a keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+M) for toggling between paged and flow mode
- EPUB Input: Handle invalid EPUB files that have their NCX documents in the spine.
- EPUB3 Input: Handle EPUB 3 files that incorrectly use EPUB 2 markup to identify cover images.
- Content server: Fix –url-prefix feature not working with book conversion
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Due to the fact that Calibre is not available via any PPA or repository, we need to use the install script in order to install this software on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Debian and other Linux distributions.
$ sudo -v && wget -nv -O- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kovidgoyal/calibre/master/setup/linux-installer.py | sudo python -c “import sys; main=lambda:sys.stderr.write(‘Download failed\n’); exec(sys.stdin.read()); main()”