Xrmap is a program running under X that can interactively display portions of the Earth, using the huge CIA world vector map. It is based on an earlier console utility ‘rmap’. It features political boundaries, major and minor rivers, glaciers, lakes, canals, etc. The map remains accurate under a very large zoom factor, which can possibly exceed 100. Spherical, rectangular, Mercator and Miller projections are implemented, and all features can be interactively set from the GUI. But where are the data files (CIA factbook/anthem/hymn/country map)? The buttons in the city info windows don’t show any signs of these files. I downloaded the xrmap-2.25-1.i586.rpm which is supposed to include all these data files, but now I doubt it. The links to the individual data file simply don’t work. The CIA_WB data is good, the other 28 Mb eawpats12.tar.bz2 looks like a collection of midi patches, I don’t know what it got to do with this application. Another thing: the .eps output can’t be viewed by ghostview, the .ps files can, but the filesize is way too big, over 2 Mb. Mnor bug correction in xrmap-2.12 There is a minor bug in version 2.12 affecting all printing routines. Apply the correction_2.12.patch from the main FTP site to get it right – otherwise you may still use any screen dump utility to print the maps. Source.