View CHM files with xCHM and kchmViewer on Ubuntu
The chmsee project has been dead for several years. Here’s some alternatives to chmsee for you to read chm files on Ubuntu.
To install xCHM on Ubuntu 14.04/15.10/16.04, open a terminal window and issue this simple command:
sudo apt-get install xchm
kchmviewer makes it possible to browse native Windows CHM files under KDE. You can add bookmarks, change font size, search for texts in kchmviewer. It’s a KDE application, but can also be used on Gnome and Unity desktop.
To install kchmviewer on Ubuntu 14.04/15.10/16.04, open a terminal window and issue this simple command:
sudo apt-get install kchmviewer
Since it’s a KDE application, this above command will also install some KDE dependencies.