--- Kam Leo <kam leo gmail com> wrote:Try installing the RPM for compat-libstdc++. When installing the RPM for AcroRead 7.0, it complains about not having libstdc++.so.5, so i'm assuming the tar.gz file will be looking for the same file. You need compat-libstdc++ for library compatibility in order to use Acrobat Reader 7.
On 4/16/05, Yue Feng <2525275 gmail com> wrote:
i have the same problem. need reboot to use acroread7 ?wrote:
2005/4/17, VB <vboyt yahoo com>:
--- akonstam trinity edu wrote:
On Sat, Apr 16, 2005 at 10:51:22AM -0700, VB
7Anyone have the problem where Acrobat Reader
shows the splash screen for a second, then
I installed from the .tar.gz from Adobe's
script. Aretwice and get the same problem.I assume you installed using the INSTALL
using theyou using it in a
bowser using the helper feature or are you
browser scripts to install as a browser
tryingYes I installed with INSTALL script. I'm just------------------------------------------- Aaron Konstam Computer Science Trinity University One Trinity Place. San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
telephone: (210)-999-7484 email:akonstam trinity edu
to open Reader with the 'acroread' command.
I don't have any problems with Acrobat 7. Did any of you bother to uninstall Acrobat 5?
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Yes, I did uninstall Reader 5.
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