From ( Comic Book Archive file, wikipedia ):
> For users of the GNOME desktop environment, the Evince document viewer includes support for the format and users of the KDE 4 desktop environment can use Okular.
... I guess that's only for x86 Linux?
One thing I really wonder, is why don't the Touch Book developers just focus on making it work better with Google Android? Or add apps or large screen UI changes relevant to Google Android? And just make sure that it's able to run (with it's larger screen) lots of Android apps. I know the iPhone has CBR readers, and I bet Android does too. Or if it doesn't, it will, because it's a huge main stream mobile OS developer community - in fact, it may be the only one which really competes with the iPhone OS. There's even a CBR reader for Windows Mobile. This is why I ask AlwaysInnovating - why not focus on Google Android?
So I looked it up, and one example of a CBR (comic book archive) Google Android program is (Android Comic Viewer).
Thanks, Pem of http://www.mepem.com/pemtech