How to fix Unknown media type in type all/all and more due to kde.xml in Linux

If you get the below errors and are not using the KDE desktop environment, it could be that you installed some KDE program like Okular and then removed it, as a result it caused the mime types to give following errors:

Unknown media type in type ‘all/all’ Unknown media type in type ‘all/allfiles’ Unknown media . . . → Read More: How to fix Unknown media type in type all/all and more due to kde.xml in Linux

How to view XPS file created on Microsoft Windows in Linux

Method 1: The okular application in KDE allows you to open and view XPS files created on Microsoft Windows. You can then print the file from okular.

Method 2: However, if you want another method, where you do not have to install KDE and it’s several libraries, you can follow the steps below: $ sudo . . . → Read More: How to view XPS file created on Microsoft Windows in Linux

Annotate PDF files in Linux (Xournal, Okular, Evince, PDF X Viewer)

You can use the following tools in Linux, to annotate PDF files: 1. Xournal from http://xournal.sourceforge.net/ 2. Evince on your Gnome Desktop 3. Okular (see this post)

I tend to go with Xournal. Xournal and Okular support highlighting text, whereas evince currently has the ability only to add text. The above tools can also be . . . → Read More: Annotate PDF files in Linux (Xournal, Okular, Evince, PDF X Viewer)

Annotate PDF file with okular

You can review and annotate any kind of PDF files in Linux using okular. Okular can be installed in Fedora as follows: # yum install kdegraphics

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