2017-12-17 18:56 GMT+01:00, Porfirio Andres Paiz Carrasco
On Dec 11, 2017 10:41 PM, "Andras Simon"
> fbreader or calibre . If you install calibre, use ebook-reader, not
calibre itself, unless you want it to build (without asking for your
permission, of course) a database of all your documents.
Is it possible to split ebook-reader from calibre?
The only reason why I install calibre is to be able to open epub files with
ebook-reader. Calibre automatic database generation is annoying.
I'm not sure I understand what you mean by a split here, but it's easy
to just not start calibre, and use ebook-reader (and the incredibly
useful ebook-convert) as standalone programs instead.