Rainer Hurling rhurlin at
Sun Jan 27 07:04:55 PST 2008

'acroread8 --install-plugin' seems only to create a link for the linux 
browser plugins. So I make it manual like this:

cd //usr/local/lib/browser_plugins

ln -s /usr/local/Adobe/Reader8/DEU/Adobe/Reader8/\

nspluginwrapper -a -v -i

After that, all works fine for me. Hope this helps,

On 26.01.2008 23:26 (UTC+1), Frank Jahnke wrote:
> I installed Acroread8, which seems to work fine for my purposes.  I've
> not been able to get it to work from a browser with nspluginwrapper
> using the usual installation methods (acroread8 --install-plugin;
> nspluginwrapper -a -v -i and diddling some with the symbolic links).
> Has anyone invoked Acroread8 from a native browser successfully using
> nspluginwrapper?
> Frank

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