I installed adobe reader quite some time back. It was working fine. Nowadays it gets stuck up and then the screen fades out and then after some seconds it gets back to normal. What could be the problem.
On a Debian system, I installed Adobe Acrobat Reader using the Linux binary (AdbeRdr9.4.2-1_i486linux_enu.bin) downloaded from Adobe's website. I realized there's a way to install it from a Debian package as opposed to Adobe's binary (and be able to keep up better with security updates), so I want to remove Adobe's version and install the Debian package. What's the right way to uninstall Reader when it was installed this way?
I don't know why and when the Adobe Reader 8 was installed in my system and its icon appears in the Application-> Office menu. Its interface is not English. So I want to uninstall it. I cannot find it in the list of System-> Administration-> Add/Remove Software.
I have successfully installed Adobe Reader 9.1. It shows up in firefox as a plugin properly. It does not show up in edit->preferences as an Application (not sure if that matters). However when I click on a PDF to download, I get an error in the browser:
"Could not launch Adobe Reader 9.1.2. Please make sure it exists in PATH variable in the environment. If the problem persists, please reinstall the application."
I put the /opt/Adobe/Reader9/bin in my PATH in ~/.bashrc and even rebooted to make sure all was set. I still get the same message. Where do I set my PATH to make this work?
I downloaded install kit(.tar.gz) from Adobe website, it seems only 32bit kit there. Anyway, it can install successfully, but when running, systems reports "...can not find /lib/ld-linux.so.2". But the OS is 64bit Fedora, the /lib64 contain *.so.2 library. How can I do to make Adobe reader run on my 64bit linux?
I'm using fedora 13 (64 bit) distro. I had installed adobe reader recently through the "bin" file. everything installed correctly in the "opt/adobe" directory. But after installation when I tried to open a pdf document using adobe reader it doesn't respond anything. Even when I tried to open it through the kernel I got the error message as follows... Code: [pradeep@localhost ~]$ acroread /opt/Adobe/Reader9/Reader/intellinux/bin/acroread: error while loading shared libraries: libxml2.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory [pradeep@localhost ~]$ s Should I do anything else after installing that bin file?
Fedora 14, Adobe Reader-9.4-1_i486 I cannot get Adobe Reader to work. I have installed several times. Error message: Can't launch Adobe reader 9.4-1 Please make sure it exists in PATH variable in the environment.
I'm sure there is an easy solution for this but I can't figure it out. Just recently installed F13 and I'm trying to load Java and Adobe Reader, but I can't get installer to come up. I have tried both Firefox and Chrome to download it. I have tried to install by command line, but no luck.
On browsing a document on a website it popup; Code: Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 (with Asian Font pack installed) or above is required for viewing this document. Please install the required software.PDFescape Extension 0.13 is already installed but it can't work. Neither its package is on repo..However I can't find 64bit version on;Pls advise whether I can't download 32bit version instead? If YES where shall I retain the package to install so that it can be detected on browsing?
On browsing a document on a website it popup; Code: Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 (with Asian Font pack installed) or above is required for viewing this document. Please install the required software.
PDFescape Extension 0.13 is already installed but it can't work. Neither its package is on repo. However I can't find 64bit version on: Adobe Reader [URL] Whether I can't download 32bit version instead? If YES where shall I retain the package to install so that it can be detected on browsing?
System: Intel E5400 "Intel 64 Architecture for 64-bit Computing" Fedora: F14: 32-bit version from OSDisc.com uname gives the following: Linux localhost1.localdomain 22.214.171.124-83.fc14.i686 #1 SMP Mon Feb 7 07:04:18 UTC 2011 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux Firefox: 3.6.15 using yum Adobe Reader 9.4.2.02/11/2011 using yum from "adobe-linux-i386" repository Plugin listed as: Adobe Reader 9.4: nswrapper_32_32.nppdf.so
Since a week or two, clicking a link to a pdf file will not load in Firefox. I tried removing Adobe Reader and reinstalling it. Then the pdf files loaded, but now again they will not load. It just stopped working! No error messages.
I have just updated my system from openSuse 11.1 to openSuse 11.2, all is working fine. Now I would like to install the Adobe Reader program downloading it from the official website. I can use Evince to see PDF files... Unfortunately Evince shows strange defects over the images contained in the PDF file (strange white vertical lines and other little things).
I want try to use the original Adobe reader to check if those defects will go away so I can print the document (on Windows the pdf file is displayed perfectly). I have gone to this address to download the latest version: Adobe - Adobe Reader : For Unix : Adobe Reader 9.3.1 Linux and Solaris update - multiple languages
When I presse the "Download" button I go to another page. In this page I select the 9.3.1 version and then the "enu" directory (I suppose that "enu" stays for "english", I'm right? ) After that I block myself; as I see there are only i386 and i486 version available, but I have the i586 architecture. This means that the Adobe Reader is not available for my Linux system? Maybe I have got the wrong download address?
I'm trying to install Adobe Reader 9 on Ubuntu 10. I'd be happiest to apt-get install something, but I'm not picky. I downloaded a file from the web site, but neither I nor Ubuntu knew what to do with it. What is the easiest way to get this done?
Debian 5.0 32bit Iceweasel 3.0.6 On browsing a document on a website it popup;Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 (with Asian Font pack installed) or above is required for viewing this document. Please install the required software. I couldn't find its package is on repo
Adobe Reader: [URL] Which package shall I download? Where shall I retain the package to install so that it can be detected on browsing?
I have recently installed Adobe reader. But I just cant seem to open any pdf file using it. When I give the command "acroread <filename>" from the terminal it gives me a error saying: /usr/bin/acroread: line 486: [: -ge: unary operator expected
I have Adobe Acrobat installed in Ubuntu 9.10 and want to print out PDF docs through Adobe reader. I want to use 'Reader because it allows me to do multiple pages on one sheet. BUT Adobe does not let you print to file a PDF. HOW can I set that up.
My firefox will not open a pdf (Adobe reader/acroread) directly. An error comes up that I need to change my preferences. I have gone into preferences, but there is no area for pdf reader in the preferences panel. I have tried reinstalling both acroread, and adobe reader bin file from adobe website, to no avail.
I don't know how to install this AdbeRdr9.4-1_i486linux_enu.bin on Ubuntu 10.4.I have tried but I don't get it.What must I do to install it because Firefox is crashing a lot and I checked my plugins it said adobe reader is vulnerable
Problem 0pening Puppy. I downloaded lupu-511.iso, courtesy of Ibilio. It was easy to burn the CD, using Windows 7, but Adobe Reader was unable to open the files. Error message reads - wrongly coded or sent as an email attachment.
I have this weird Problem with Adobe Reader. When I continuously press the down/up arrow key, it's not continuously scrolling which is the expected behavior. This works perfectly fine with other PDF Readers but sometimes 3rd party PDF Readers do not render the pages well enough. Is anyone else having this problem?
Im unable to print pdfs. the printer only gives me a blank page. what do i need so it can print? I tried going to "advanced" and checking "print as image" but it does not work. Printer still gives me a blank page.
How do I enable Adobe Reader as the default reader in Linux automatically whenever I create a new user account? I don't want to find myself doing it for every user I create, It's too tedious if there are too many users.