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Re: pdf files


The heavy duty solution is Adobe's Acrobat Reader. take it from

The free solution is xpdf, comes as a debian package already, or
as of recently - Aladdin's gs (ghostscript 4.03) comes also packaged for
your debian installation (you are using one, don't you ;-)
> This isn't debian specific, but what does it take to read/print pdf files
> in linux?
> Thanks
> -lars


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