Acrobat Reader and missing libraries

Acrobat Reader and missing libraries

Post by Paul Hughe » Tue, 10 Aug 1999 04:00:00

I am trying to install Acrobat Reader on my Linux system, but it persists
in crashing whenever I attempt to actually display a PDF document.  When
I run "ldd acroread" to check for shared libraries, it reports, inter alia, => not found => not found

But when I run "ldconfig -p" to find out what shared libraries are in the
search path, it finds both of these links; I have also checked and the
files linked to actually exist and are shared objects.

Does anyone have a clue?

Paul Hughett

PS.  I also added /usr/local/Acrobat4/Reader/intellinux/lib to /etc/
and ran ldconfig to add some other Acrobat-specific libraries to the search


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