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Re: How to install acroread

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Mathieu Malaterre wrote:
> Hello,
>  I would like to know what is the recommended way to install acroread
> (I need Digital Signature support, and xpdf does not seems to handle
> that).
>  There used to be a package in debian-unofficial, as indicated in a
> google-cache search in:
> http://www.debian-unofficial.org/packages.html
> but not anymore.
> apt-get.org gives me a couple of result but I fear they would not be
> supported:
> http://www1.apt-get.org/search.php?query=acroread&submit=Submit+Query&arch%5B%5D=i386&arch%5B%5D=all
> and last but not least package in ubuntu looks like they would have a
> lot of support:
> http://packages.ubuntulinux.org/warty/text/acroread-debian-files
> Is anyone mixing multiverse package in his debian testing box ?

deb ftp://ftp.nerim.net/debian-marillat/ sid main

Put that in your sources.list, and then

# apt-get install acrobat acroread-escript \
         acroread-plugins mozilla-acroread

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