On 24/05/13 06:57, Michael Schwendt wrote:
It's sort of "mispackaged". You need to install the
package, too. The zathura package description mentions that "plugins" are
used, but is describes Zathura as PDF viewer although by default it cannot
displays PDF, because the pdf-poppler plugin is not installed.
Zathura is a highly configurable and functional PDF viewer based on the Poppler
rendering library and the GTK+ toolkit. The idea behind zathura is an
application that provides a minimalist and space saving interface as well as
an easy usage that mainly focuses on keyboard interaction.
Zathura uses plugins to open different file formats, for instance:
* zathura-pdf-poppler to open PDF files,
* zathura-ps to open PostScript files,
* zathura-djvu to open DjVu files.
All of these are available in Fedora.
Good, I installed the three plug-ins and it now displays the pdf file I
was testing with.
I put it into "full screen" and it took a while to find that could be
undone with F5 ...
I'm not sure it's any better than evince but I saw it mentioned and
wanted to try it. I will try the commands Ranjan suggests.
box10 Fedora-18 XFCE Linux