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Adobe Reader for PDF Files

Acroread is a well known PDF viewer.

Adobe Reader is often the only program able to process complicated PDF
files, such as PDF forms. However, there are many bugs where we cannot
do anything about because it is proprietary binary-only software.

Please consider whether it is possible to use free PDF readers like
okular, evince, xpdf, ghostview, ... instead.

Source Files (show merged sources derived from linked package)

Filename Size Changed Actions
AdbeRdr9.5.5-1_i486linux_enu.tar.bz2 54.5 MB
FontPack910_chs_i486-linux.tar.bz2 24.5 MB
FontPack910_cht_i486-linux.tar.bz2 11 MB
FontPack910_jpn_i486-linux.tar.bz2 10.5 MB
FontPack910_kor_i486-linux.tar.bz2 8.17 MB
acroread-cmaps.changes 1.27 KB Download File
acroread-cmaps.spec 5.35 KB Download File
acroread-rpmlintrc 718 Bytes Download File
acroread.changes 23.5 KB Download File
acroread.desktop 189 Bytes Download File
acroread.patch 4.76 KB Download File
acroread.png 1.75 KB Download File
acroread.spec 11.1 KB Download File
install.patch 315 Bytes Download File
suse-do-not-grab-server.tar.bz2 467 Bytes Download File

Comments for home:ithod:restored (5)

copyme wrote almost 2 years ago

Hello! the package xdpyinfo is missing in dependencies for 42.2.

ithod wrote almost 2 years ago

Thanks, please remember that acroread is completely outdated!

copyme wrote almost 2 years ago

Well, but this is the only PDF reader which supports media extension. I need ability to have interactive 3D objects or animations in pdfs. No open source pdf viewer exists which would be able to handle this.

copyme wrote almost 2 years ago

Could you add libudev1-32bit to dependencies, please? This library is used when a pdf with 3D graphics is viewed.

ithod wrote almost 2 years ago

Of course... I hope this helps for you.

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