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Re: FLOSS support for signed PDFs

On Tue, 02 Oct 2007 13:17:30 -0500
John Hasler <jhasler@debian.org> wrote:

> Celejar writes:
> > I installed the linux tarball (as a non-priveleged user, and to a
> > non-standard location under $HOME, to minimize pollution), and dropped
> > the plugin (nppdf.so) into $HOME/.mozilla/plugins (I'm using IW), which
> > was enough for the website to accept my system as having Acrobat
> > installed.
> So the first thing that is needed for outfits like you bank is a plugin
> that causes Firefox/Iceweasel to lie and say that Acroread is available.
> > I haven't yet tried to open a downloaded PDF in Acrobat since I'm
> > reluctant to agree to the EULA.
> What happens when you open them with Evice or Xpdf?  Should work.

It does indeed; I am just interested in a way to check the signature,
although I'm not actually sure that the statement I downloaded is

> John Hasler

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