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I was wondering why this package is not found in Synaptic Package Manager:, while it is shown in

My OS is 10.10.

Thanks and regards!

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"djvulibre-bin" shows up here, Linux Mint 10, based upon Ubuntu 10.10. – RobinJ Jun 9 '11 at 18:06
Thanks! How did you know it is inside djvulibre-bin? – Tim Jun 9 '11 at 18:11
That's shown on the manpage website in the "Provided by" line right over the NAME headline – Florian Diesch Jun 9 '11 at 18:16
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any2djvu is a command and not a package. Synaptice/USC you search for packages. The answer to your questions is also on the manpage:

natty (1) any2djvu.1.gz
Provided by: **djvulibre-bin_3.5.23-3ubuntu2_i386**

SEE ALSO: The entire djvu suite, eg djvu(1), djview(1), and djvuserver(1).

You need to search for djvu in synaptic. Most likely want your want is the djvulibre package.

Install djvulibre

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