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Re: FC6 and acroread - not working



Gene Heskett wrote:
Paul Johnson wrote:

Install the newest Adobe RPM from the adobe website, which for me is
AdobeReader_enu-7.0.8-1

Then the attached patch fixes the problem you see in there.

/usr/local/Adobe/Acrobat7.0/bin

You know, in a terminal run "patch < acrobat.patch" in that directory.

On 11/20/06, Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote:

On Monday 30 October 2006 02:17, Paul Smith wrote:
>On 10/30/06, Florin Andrei <florin andrei myip org> wrote:
>> I got acroread-7.0.5-2.2.fc5.rf.nosrc.rpm from here:
>>
>> http://dries.ulyssis.org/rpm/packages/acroread/info.html
>>
>> I extracted the spec file. I downloaded the latest acroread tar.gz
>> from Adobe, then adjusted the spec for the new version. Then rebuilt
>> the acroread binary package.
>>
>> But when I launch acroread, I get a bunch of messages like this:
>>
>> expr: syntax error
>> expr: syntax error


------------------------------------------------------------------------

--- acroread.orig    2006-10-28 13:28:07.000000000 +0200
+++ acroread    2006-10-28 13:28:52.000000000 +0200
@@ -246,6 +246,7 @@
   if [ -z "$2" -o "$2" = "$1" ] ; then
     echo "$1"
   else
+
     first="`expr "$2" : '\([^:]*\):'`"
     if [ "$first" = "$1" ] ; then
       echo "$2"
@@ -409,14 +410,16 @@
         fi
mfile=`basename $ifile` - echo $mfile | grep -q "libgtk-x11-\([0-9]*\).0.so.0.\([0-9]*\).\([0-9]*\)" 2>/dev/null
-
-           if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
- return 1 + if echo $mfile | grep -q "libgtk-x11-\([0-9]*\).0.so.0.\([0-9][0-9]\)00.\([0-9]*\)" 2>/dev/null
+    then
+ echo $mfile| sed 's/libgtk-x11-\([0-9]*\).0.so.0.\([0-9][0-9]\)00.\([0-9]*\)\|\(.*\)/\1\2\3/g'
+        return 0
+ elif echo $mfile | grep -q "libgtk-x11-\([0-9]*\).0.so.0.\([0-9]\)00.\([0-9]*\)" 2>/dev/null
+    then
+ echo $mfile| sed 's/libgtk-x11-\([0-9]*\).0.so.0.\([0-9]\)00.\([0-9]*\)\|\(.*\)/\10\2\3/g'
+        return 0
         fi
-
- echo $mfile| sed 's/libgtk-x11-\([0-9]*\).0.so.0.\([0-9]\)00.\([0-9]*\)\|\(.*\)/\1\2\3/g'
-        return 0
+           return 1      fi
return 1
@@ -640,7 +643,7 @@
 # Check the version of gtk and update the LD_LIBRARY_PATH if required.
if [ "`uname -s`" = "Linux" ]; then
-    MIN_GTK_VERSION="240"
+    MIN_GTK_VERSION="2040"
check_gtk_ver_and_set_lib_path "$MIN_GTK_VERSION" ### returns 0 if found gtk >= 2.4
 fi


Thanks, this appears to work. The acid test for me will be when FF see's a .pdf, and calls acroread to display it. If I can quit that w/o waiting around for about 1:30 before the exit x I clicked on to work, I'd say its fixed.

But I'm confused, my question post dates 11/20/06, and it's now 12/08/06, so I'd very nearly forgotten about it. A lack of short term memory at my age is a curse.

You're not looking at it right, Gene.

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Doctor:  Well, I have bad news, and I have worse news.
Old Man: Ok, give me the worse news first.
Doctor:  You've got cancer, and you are going to die in 6 mos.
Old Man: Oh. Hmm. Well, give me the bad news.
Doctor:  You also have Alzheimer's disease.
Old Man: (after a pause to let the news sink in) Well, at least
         it isn't cancer!

Mike
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