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The least-likely-to-break-anything-else solution is to add LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/csw/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH export LD_LIBRARY_PATH after line 5 of the wrapper script (usually /opt/Adobe/Reader8/bin/acroread). Source package: AdbeRdr9.4-1_i386linux_enu.deb. Posted by: Roy Shepard | January 20, 2008 11:35 PM For Solaris, "before launching acroread, remember to set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH appropriately to the directory which contains the correct GTK libraries." UPDATE 081220: I installed Adobe Reader 8 on Fedora Core 10 using Yumex and it worked without a hitch, right out of the box as the saying goes. have a peek at this web-site

Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Please type "13f9fd": Leave this field empty please: Currently you have JavaScript disabled. You need to be root to make that link unless Firefox is installed in a place writable to you such as your user directory. Bart Posted by: Bart | October 3, 2007 2:32 AM Re: libgtkembedmoz issue

Thank you for reporting the issues. Changed in ubuntu: status: New → Invalid Eric Anderson (kluwak) wrote on 2012-07-24: #4 I'm re-opening this -- it sure seems like a bug to me. http://theether.net/kb/100089

However, it seems that you are not using a software package provided by the official Ubuntu repositories. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - information regarding managing repositories Changed in ubuntu: status: New → Invalid kapetr (kapetr) wrote on 2013-01-14: #10 I do use acroread from official repo. All I get is directed to this page. Note: On 64-bit systems you need a proper installation of 32-bit XULRunner, Firefox or Mozilla.

  • Adobe > acrobat reader is a remarably bad example for this.
  • Assigning to the correct package Launchpad Janitor (janitor) on 2013-01-14 Changed in acroread (Ubuntu): status: New → Confirmed shankao (shankao) on 2013-01-14 affects: ubuntu → acroread (Ubuntu) Changed in acroread (Ubuntu):
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  • Posted by: Thomas Richter | October 18, 2007 10:43 PM
  • On solaris 10, sparc, after loading gtk2+ from blastwave (FAQ 8), finding libgtkembedmoz.so in /usr/sfw/lib/mozilla and entering it in preferences
  • But it still keeps complaining about a missing libgtkembedmoz.
  • I can't uninstall or remove 8.1.1 it's crazy.
  • Not from PPA or so. > > acroread 9.4.7-1oneiric1 from precise/main (archive.canonical.com) > > Why do you think so ? > > ** Changed in: ubuntu > Status: Invalid => New

Then I pointed Acroread to the directory containing libgtkembedmoz.so. Set this folder in the "Preferences > Internet > libgtkembedmoz Folder" preference in Adobe Reader. I translated this message using the service „Google Translate”. Adobe Reader showed information about the > updates related to security ("security settings update").

I posted a msg on the forum regarding external window sdk feature on unix platform: http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.3bc433df/ It would be very nice to know it is possible to obtain that behaviour for honkir (honkir) wrote on 2013-12-19: #29 For 64bit systems read this: http://blogs.adobe.com/acroread/2007/09/17/adobe_reader_811_faqs/ The 32bit versions of required libraries have to be installed to solve the problem. arm-c (arickmcniel) wrote on 2015-11-24: #32 presently, I have received this error on 32 and 64 bit machines. http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=40486 it worked for me!

I can't update to newer reader either. I have tried every solution on your list and others I have found to no avail. Adobe > Reader showed the message "Unable to find the HTML rendering library. > Please specify the folder location in Edit -> Preferences -> > Internet.". Problem 2) Upon execution of acroread, a blank window appears (title="Acrobat Reader - Aufgaben).

I have Firefox which does not seem to sport such a library. I clicked the icon. Using Adobe Reader 9.5.5 (04/26/2013). I am now back to viewing and printing just in time to do my taxes.

Thanks. http://amazonfonts.com/unable-to/unable-to-load-format-html-xsl.html I am having problems opening pdf files with those fonts, but foxit reader easily opens it. Why don't they just embed the needed libraries. When we can expect a proper 64bit package?

For debian based distributions you can install libxul0d from here, and find the folder containing libgtkembedmoz.so in the libxul0d installation. kapetr (kapetr) wrote on 2014-05-22: #30 HONKIR: I did try to download 32-bit version of Firefox (same ver as I have in 64-bit) and have copy libxul.so in /tmp directory and I translated my message from Polish language using the service „Google Translate”. Source Ethereal template.

Hope that helps. I couldnt remove or update the programme. making this changes I was abble to print US visa travel fee.

Plus, all the dependecies should be on a path that is available to the system as a library path, no temp. 3) The bluegriffon package seems to provide all the required

The icon > showed "Adobe Tracker Alert" on the taskbar. Please try out the suggestions and let us know if the problem gets resolved. Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. Browser plugin doesn't load on Linux If SELinux security is turned on, the browser plugin (nppdf.so) as well as PPKLite plugin (PPKLite.api) doesn't load because these are not SELinux compliant.

If you use firefox as me, paths are: Browser executable: /usr/bin/firefox HTML rendering library folder: /usr/lib/firefox Restart Adobe Reader Share this:PrintFacebookGoogleTwitterLinkedInEmail Related posts: How to install RMySQL package into I do not understand. Posted by: Janet | March 22, 2008 4:32 AM 8.1.1 reader does not function it always fails cannot reload cannot uninstall refers to AC76BA-7AD7-0000-2550-7ABC-40000000 cannot use it update or remove have a peek here Is there an answer???

I hope it helped somebody out there. Loading aborted. Thanks, Halil Posted by: Halil Gurol | February 22, 2008 1:37 AM Some of our users get the following error message when opening PDFs from our website using Adobe reader Best regards Josef Zirnbauer Posted by: Zirnbauer | October 30, 2007 1:31 AM Re: how do I configure Acroread to use this library if I have 1000 users on the

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I translated this message using the service „Google Translate”. The application works fine in standalone mode but if I click a pdf link from either Netscape 7.2 or firefox the browser will freeze and the pdf will not appear. For more information on Digital Editions, please refer http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/. If it is “8.61 pre-release”, download the sources of the official release version 8.61 and build it using the standard configure/make/install method.

Silva Offline #6 2007-12-30 08:19:59 andywxy Member From: Winnipeg, Canada Registered: 2007-09-27 Posts: 36 Re: [Info] "Error Message" acroread 8.1.1-1 Now the directory has been changed to:/usr/lib/firefox Offline Pages: 1 Index Set this folder in the "Preferences > Internet > libgtkembedmoz Folder" preference in Adobe Reader. I couldnt remove or update the program! Posted in: Linux, Tech. ← Combining pdf files Distance learning → Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.

Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. (( radius in me )) It's not you, it's me! I clicked the icon. Posted by: Pete Lord | March 28, 2008 6:52 AM Hi. I have /usr/lib/firefox/ there from begin.

When I click on a pdf using IE, it comes up just fine but if I'm in Firefox it only loads to the blank pdf screen. Posted by: Kamal | December 5, 2008 10:27 AM I have the same problem with the Adobe Reader 8.1.1. I posted a msg on the forum regarding external window sdk feature on unix platform: http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.3c0598c3 It would be very nice to know it is possible to obtain that behaviour for