I’ve been looking for something to read eBooks with, and I decided to use DSLibris. I have had no trouble at all using the Tidy online converter. Dslibris supports EPUB format files encoded in UTF Calibre is available for converting a plethora of formats, including PDF, to EPUB. I have ds libris installed. I have been able to download a few free books and convert them to xhtml no problem. I can get books from the library.

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Its main idea is to provide a comfortable and uncluttered reading experience. See the book preparation postings on Sourceforge for other methods for format conversion. The latest news, release downloads, and source are available on Sourceforge.

I was wondering if its ok to make a page dedicated to dslibris? The page on my site would have my homebrew video review of dslibris, along with a description for the app, a link to your site and I would give credit to you for making the program.

Please tell me what you think! Reading a well-formatted xhtml sideways feels like, and is convenient as reading a real book. It is well worth the little effort of converting the files to xhtml.

What can I use?

dslibris: an ebook reader for the Nintendo DS

Nick and Anon, i am skeptical that dslibrix PDF can be translated into a form that will work. The limitation is in the PDF format, which presupposes a certain page size when it is laid out and throws away paragraph information in the process. The exception may be tagged PDF, which can be reflowed.


I have not done a full test of tagging a PDF and running pdftohtml on it. If somebody has some experience with tagged PDF, you could try and see what you can come up with and share it. Fedora dsliibris should look in apt.

Surely a Windows version is out there too. I managed to find a copy of some books in lit format, then converted them with. ConvertLit, then AbiWord into xhtml. The assumed screen width is never the width of a DS screen.

The project has multiple developers now, they monitor the bug and feature request lists on SourceForge, so folks can post their ideas there. I converted donvert books to. Hi, I like your program alot, but no matter how many files I have on my sd card, I am unable to get more than 30 books to show up in my library.

Am I doing something wrong? There is a limit on number of books. By the way, the Hebrew is all backwards. Arabic will be backwards too.

DSLibris Error and Question

Hebrew and Arabic need to be put on the fix list. Is it possible to launch dslibris from another directory but the root one? Cool Packages… i just got a question to ask. Dsilbris a lot for this great program, I use it all the time! I like how simple and convenient it is. Got it now, thank you!


Just another vote for. Would LOVE a good.

Hello Ray, this awesome project has been in hiatus for a while. It already has most of the features people want but things like auto shut-off and 8-bit colour palettes would bring it closer to perfection! After I realized that Open Office converts files into xhtml pretty painlessly, DSLibris became one of my most-used apps!

Are there continued plans for development or was 1. Thanks again for letting me carry one less device! Microsoft provides tools for creating LIT files but not for decoding them, at least not for people without a special arrangement with them, perhaps. Gives OpenOffice a shot:: I do try though. Ohhoyea…i wanted to do homebrew, but then i bought a 3ds. After ddslibris loads the books I get this error:. The links are in the article.

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Sample book page Features: Thanks to everybody for their comments. I have a nintendo ds. How and where can i get this ebook reader for it? When I open the homebrewit loads for a while then it shows: After it loads the books I get this error: This site uses cookies.

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