Is 7.0.8 viable for print/acroread7?
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Wed Jun 14 07:35:45 UTC 2006
Quoting "Eric P. Scott" <eps+pqry0606 at ana.com> (from Tue, 13 Jun 2006
15:45:12 -0700 (PDT)):
>> Not being able to print was the major problem.
> If you go to Adobe's web site, they're now offering a choice of
> 7.0.1 -or- 7.0.8. Apparently, 7.0.5 has been withdrawn.
> Is it possible to print using the 7.0.8 tarball? Do we believe
> the printing problem was caused by a defect in acroread 7.0.5, or
> something in linux_base?
I don't know for sure. The problem was that acroread switched to use
libcups, and when trying to dlopen() it, it fails. I haven't
investigated this, so it may be a problem the way acroread installs
the lib, or because of missing dependencies in the linux_base (we will
get a new default linux_base "soon", we're running experimental builds
on the ports cluster currently), or because of something else.
Selling GoodYear Eagle F1 235/40ZR18, 2x 4mm + 2x 5mm, ~150 EUR
you have to pick it up between Germany/Saarland and Luxembourg/Capellen
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