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Calibre2opds downloads are now hosted on Google Drive. You can always download the latest available files from there.

NOTE
When using Google Drive we have noticed that if you want the ZIP file then the Google Drive web site seems to default to showing the contents of the ZIP file with the Open link highlighted. You instead need to click on the Download link to the right of that to get such files. Other file types seem to default to downloading so are easier to handle. If anyone knows how to change this behaviour we would welcome knowing the details!

Previous releases are also available if you want one of those.
NOTE: We moved the downloads from GoogleCode to Google Drive as Google have discontinued support of Downloads from GoogleCode

If you find any problems then please report them via one of the following routes:

If you simply leave comments here they are very likely to get overlooked

calibre2opds v3.4 beta

The development of Calibre2opds v3.4 has started.  The current downloads available are:

  • Windows installer (.exe) (not currently available – use Platform Independent install instead
  • Linux (.jar) (rev 304)
  • Mac OSX (.dmg) (not currently available)
  • Manual Install (Platform independent) (rev 304).
    Instructions on how to use this install package can be found in the relevant section of the online User Guide.
  • Release notes (.txt) (rev 304)

Hint:  sometimes a new revision is posted without remembering to update the above. Check Google Drive to be certain  which is the latest build available.

 

calibre2opds v3.3 (rev 274)

The development of Calibre2opds v3.3 has come to an end.  The 3.3 release is now the official production release 9although it is still recommended that you consider using the 3.4 beta release for the additional features/fixes it includes).  The final 3.3 downloads available are:

  • Windows installer (.exe) (not currently available) – use Platform Independent install instead
  • Linux (.jar)
  • Mac OSX (.dmg)
  • Manual Install (Platform independent)
  • Release notes (.txt)
    a copy is also included in the other downloads

There is one feature that we thought might make the 3.3 release that has not made it as it has proved harder to implement than originally envisaged.  That is the facility to allow new catalog sub-sections to be generated based on Custom Columns.   This is now on the roadmap for the 3.4 release.

calibre2opds v3.2 (rev 233)

The 3.2 release of Calibre2opds has a large number of fixes and enhancements relative to the 3.1 release. The download available are:

NOTE:  A bug has been found in the 3.2 release where if you do more than one generate run without reloading calibre2opds, then the second (and subsequent) generates runs will not produce valid output  The workaround is to always reload calibre2opds between generate runs.  You are recommended to use the 3.3 beta releases which have fixed this issue.

calibre2opds v3.1 (rev 170)

This 3.1 release of calibre2opds fixes a number of issues found with the 3.0 release as well providing a number of small enhancements.. Read the release notes to get an idea of the scale of the changes.

calibre2opds v3.0 (rev 151)

This is the new 3.0 release.   This release should fix lots of problems found with earlier releases and there are also many new features.  Read the release notes to get an idea of the scale of the changes.

If you want an earlier release then these are still available via the calibre2opds Downloads section at GoogleCode.

  1. patch
    10/11/2011 at 14:41

    Hi, I just love this application.
    The resulted website from MY library of ebooks is amazing.

    I was wondering if, in the next release, you could include a feature, to view the books in a turning fashion, like in calbre ?
    I like to see my books rolling, one after the other.

    Thanks in advance.

    • 10/11/2011 at 14:47

      Hi, thanks for the praise ; the carousel idea is cool, I wonder if it’s difficult to do.
      I’ve created a tracker for this new feature request, feel free to register to it so you’ll know when we implement it !

  2. 04/12/2011 at 11:55

    Great Application for indexing in calibre. thank for The Calibre2opds team

  3. LeoH
    05/12/2011 at 14:43

    Could you please make available binaries for beta 3.01 ? The last beta has been released 4 month ago and has to many flaws.

  4. 07/12/2011 at 08:32

    seconded LeoH…would love to get my hands on the beta binary and am happy to do any bug reports, etc. from testing

  5. Rigoberto
    10/12/2011 at 10:28

    It works fine in my synology NAS.
    Now, I can get my own books in any place in the world.

    • MoBO
      12/01/2012 at 09:43

      Hi Rigoberto,

      any way you can create an “how to” for Synology ?
      Would be nice ;o)

  6. Kriken
    10/12/2011 at 13:04

    Very usefull application. Thanks.
    Could you fix the problem with special characters in the summary book. They don’t appears correctly or “hide” all text for example with the character “í”

  7. Sarah G
    02/01/2012 at 00:27

    I found a bug in BETA 2.5 Update 1

    I used it to generate the catalogs from calibre and some of the book links didn’t work. I did some research and found that it is “case sensitive” in 2.5 and wasn’t in 2.4. In this case, “The Dogs of the Moon” is being ignored for the file name if it is instead “The Dogs Of The Moon”.

    My recommendation is to make it not case sensitive since calibre gives each book it’s number case sensitivity shouldn’t be a factor.

    I also checked and made sure that the information for the books were up-to-date before I ran calibre2opds and generated the library catalog.

    Otherwise, I like the BETA as it resolved other issues and the product in general as it gives me access to my libraries when I travel.

  8. Erich
    09/01/2012 at 11:16

    When will be released 3.0?

  9. Denis
    21/01/2012 at 00:49

    @MoBO
    @calibre2opds team

    subject : “How To” for Synology

    I’ve one at home, a second is coming soon. Calibre2opds works perfectly, I like very much to browse catalog with my PC off.

    I can create this “how to”, but …. I’m french and my english is very poor..
    Is it a problem / interest for anybody if I create it in french ?
    As it will be my first how to, I don’t know the best way to do at this time : video, pdf, etc…
    Let me know what would be better.

    PS : still waiting for release 3.0, may I suggest :
    – possibility of various/custom skins or background images for HTML pages
    – on HTML pages, add a link, for each ebook, to open the file(s) on devices or PC (instead of download) : it will be very helpfull in my local network, for reading on devices and PC without downloading each ebook from the NAS. I think it should be an option to check or not in calibre2opds before generating catalogs and/or html.

    • Aleph
      06/03/2012 at 10:36

      French wouldn’t be a problem. Au contraire même. ;)

  10. Dean Steede
    12/02/2012 at 19:53

    You mention on other pages that there is a Mac .dmg file to download from this page.

    I look around here and see no mention of the Mac or .dmg file anywhere.

  11. Mashu01
    15/02/2012 at 22:43

    How soon do you expect before the .dmg will be available for v2.4?

  12. Bill Smith
    05/03/2012 at 05:53

    3.0 Is not generating the detailed book summaries for me. I can toggle whether or not the summary contains Series, Tags or Publisher, but the metadata in the calibre “comments” section is not coming across. When I changed back to 2.5 it worked again.

    • itimpi
      06/03/2012 at 01:06

      Are you using rev 150 or 151? A typo in rev 150 could cause this which was why rev 151 was promptly uploaded.

      • Bill Smith
        06/03/2012 at 22:39

        Thanks for pointing this out. When I checked the version I noticed that I was not using rev 151. I don’t think the latest version was in the windows installer when I downloaded. Either that or the old version was in my browser cache. In any case, downloaded again, re-installed and it works perfectly on my Win7 64x system. Thanks for the fantastic work Guys/Gals. My online catalogue is a deam.

  13. Sue Holloway
    06/03/2012 at 17:38

    Many thanks for generating a dmg for us Mac users.

  14. Erich Jeerik
    13/03/2012 at 14:27

    Problem with Windows 7 64-bit and Calibre2OPDS:
    After choosing install derictory I click Next and get to the blank page, there I have another Next button. Then I click that installation will freeze and nothing happen.
    So I couldn’t install now Calibre2OPDS

  15. Cyana
    16/03/2012 at 18:03

    Same for me. Installation crashes on win7x64

  16. Cyana
    16/03/2012 at 18:14

    However, ‘Manual Install’ works perfect ;)

  17. Marcos
    17/03/2012 at 09:19

    Great.
    This is the best complement for Calibre application.
    I have run caibre-opds in my Synology DS111 and works perfectly. I’d like more improvements in the future
    Thanks

    • Walter
      26/03/2012 at 09:16

      @Marcos @Cyana: as far as I can understand it’s something related with Java. For instance, if you install JDK (Developer’s Kit) instead of JRE, it’s being stuck on a blank screen. Try to install (or delete and then reinstall) the latest JRE and it should work

  18. J
    14/04/2012 at 13:13

    However, ‘Manual Install’ works perfect on win7 64bit

  19. SuperMimi
    02/05/2012 at 07:21

    Great job ! (French version)
    Bug : links to next page in “collections” do not work (duplicate number in url)
    Improvements:
    – make navigation easier : add ‘previous page’ buttons
    – add direct access to a chosen page number
    – add generic A to Z buttons in alphabetical pages
    – repeat navigation buttons at the top of pages
    – hyperlinkize the author names in all books listing
    Thanks again

  20. Marcos
    06/05/2012 at 14:06

    Just a comment.
    accented vowels and special characters like ñ, crashes the “comment” field.
    I need to run an external patch in my calibre database (metadata.db), before generate the catalog, in order to replace these special characters for the standard html.
    Will be a good improvement in the future.

    Nice job!

    • itimpi
      14/05/2012 at 08:17

      If this is still the case with the 3.1 release, can you please consider supplying a sample database that illustrates the problem plus steps to recreate it. We do not know about any remaining issues in this area.

      If you have a problem database then you should raise an issue via the Calibre2Opds Issue register at http://calibre2opds.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/and then either attach the database directly (if it is small enough) or provide a link from which it an be downloaded. It can also be useful to provide a calibre2opds log from a run that goes wrong.

      • Marcos
        14/05/2012 at 18:37

        Wonderful !!!. I’ve run the Calibre2OPDS v3.1 and the special characters, now, appear correctly. Could be a bug only in a previous revision 2.4 or, even, an old Java?.
        My personal opinion: Calibre2OPDS is the perfect complement for Calibre. Now I could share my personal library, within a Synology DS111
        Thanks

  21. SuperMimi
    06/05/2012 at 17:37

    If you have to setup environment variable JAVA_HOME manually, please pay attention that you have to use the ‘dos’ shortcut c:\progra~2 and not c:\program files (x86) as the spaces don’t work….

    • itimpi
      14/05/2012 at 08:18

      This should not be the case if you are using the latest version of the rungui.cmd or run.md files. If you think it is still an issue, then please raise an appropriate issue via the Calibre 2opds Issue register at http://calibre2opds.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/ .

  22. itimpi
    16/05/2012 at 07:04

    Marcos :

    Wonderful !!!. I’ve run the Calibre2OPDS v3.1 and the special characters, now, appear correctly. Could be a bug only in a previous revision 2.4 or, even, an old Java?.

    Problems with non-ASCII characters in comments fields was a known issue in the calibre2opds 2.x series of releases. Because of the date of your original post I thought you were seeing it in the 3.0 release for which it is fixed as far as I know.

  23. Marcos
    21/05/2012 at 21:29

    A little issue creating the catalog:
    Calibre2OPDS clears all web folder whenever creates the catalog. I have a file for restrict the web access, called .htaccess
    Each time the catalog is updated, I need restore the file .htaccess. Any idea to fix it?

  24. itimpi
    21/05/2012 at 21:55

    The only suggestion I have for the short term is to move that file up a level into the Calibre library level. I believe that settings are typically inherited by sub-folders when using .htaccess files to control access?

    I will make a note for the next release of Calibre2opds to add that particular file as one that should not be deleted when calibre2opds is trying to delete what it thinks are superfluous files within the catalog structure.

  25. Marcos
    22/05/2012 at 17:56

    Nice.Thanks!
    The idea of Denis regarding skins and background pictures, sounds good.

  26. itimpi
    22/05/2012 at 18:05

    Marcos :

    Nice.Thanks!
    The idea of Denis regarding skins and background pictures, sounds good.

    The 3.0 release introduced Customization features as described at http://calibre2opds.com/read-the-documentation/development/customization/. This could be used for this sort of capability.

  27. 24/05/2012 at 22:35

    dmg link doesn’t work…. workaround manually dwld it directly from googlecode

  28. Anthony
    14/06/2012 at 12:15

    Maybe I’m missing something… I downloaded what I thought was the linux version of calibre2opds but got the Windows version instead. I tried this several times, and got the same results. Then I went to Softpedia, only to discover when I tried to download the linux version it was removed from their site. What am I missing here?

    • itimpi
      14/06/2012 at 16:17

      What makes you think it is the Windows” version? If it is the .jar file then it is the Linux version.as the Windows version is the .exe file. In fact the only difference is that the Windows version has the .jar file wrapped inside a .exe file as all versions of Calibre2Opds (Windows, Linux, Mac) have the same underlying Java binaries – it is only the installer that varies.

      • Anthony
        14/06/2012 at 23:05

        I stand corrected – my issue then is ignorance, I can’t seem to install this on my laptop which is running, Ubuntu 12.04. Isn’t there suppose to be an sh script? Anyways, do you know where I can find an installation tutorial or instructions that would guide me through the installation process? Your help would be appreciated! Thanks

  29. itimpi
    15/06/2012 at 19:19

    The download is just a Java program. If you have Java installed on your system then ypou should be able to simply run it, and it will take you through the installation process. The screen-shots are virtually identical to the Windows ones except that paths will reflect a Linux environment.

    I am afraid I do not know enough about Ubuntu to know how you check if Java is installed, and assuming it is whether you have to do anything special to run Java programs! On the other versions of Linux I have used I can simply double-click the downloaded file.and the system recognises it as a Java program and starts it appropriately.

    • Anthony
      15/06/2012 at 23:43

      OK, this is what I did to resolve my dilemma. Rather than use the downloaded Linux file, I downloaded the “Manual Install (Platform independent)” one. After extracting the zipped file, I opened a terminal and ran it using the following command: sh ./rungui.sh

      It’s now working. Thanks for your help! :)

  30. Gozer404
    06/12/2013 at 07:18

    Hi, looks like the google drive is badly configured for the v3.3 beta, I’m unable to download it.

    • itimpi
      10/12/2013 at 16:08

      There seems to be an issue with Google Drive and ZIP files where it displays the contents of the ZIP file rather than downloading it. There is a download button on the bottom right but it is not obvious! At the moment I do not know how to get around this although I am sure it must be possible. In the mean time you can still get your downloads from the Google Code site as an alternative source.

      Google will stop accepting new files for Download from 14th January 2014 which is why we are trying to take the recommended migration of Downloads to Google Drive.

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