[Scribus] acroread silently exits
Sat Jan 6 17:40:45 CET 2007
Gregory Pittman wrote:
> Frank Cox wrote:
>> On Fri, 05 Jan 2007 17:59:39 -0500
>> Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com> wrote:
>>> My guess is it's a typo -- maybe copy this acroread from one of the
>>> computers where it's working? Keep in mind /usr/bin/acroread is just a
>>> link to the 'real' file.
>> I actually did it twice. Installed the rpm, edited /usr/bin/acroread. Typed
>> acroread and no joy. Removed ~/.adobe just in case. Tried again, no joy.
>> Checked /usr/bin/acroread for typos in the changes that I made, didn't see any.
>> rpm -e AdobeReader_enu
>> rpm -i AdobeReader_enu-7.0.8-1.i386.rpm
>> Made the changes in /usr/bin/acroread again.
>> Still no joy. Gave up and decided to ask here.
> Did you try copying the acroread file from another computer where it
> works? It's not a very big file, just a script actually. It's sounding
> like the problem is not with Adobe Reader itself.
> Have you scoured your computer to make sure you don't have another
> acroread lurking somewhere?
Something else to try (from Adobe's site):
comment out the line:
This way you don't even worry about the Gtk version.
For some other ideas go to the Adobe Users Forums:
login as a guest, make your way to Acrobat Unix forum (I got there by
going to Adobe Reader forum first).
There are more complicated fixes suggested there.
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