On Acrobat are you installing as root? You shouldn't need any other arguments,
just run the installer, page to the end of the long agreement, type
and off you go. Also check that you are runnig it from a directory where you
have the appropriate permissions and the file is executable. Finally check
the file is not corrupt.
Not sure about mozplugger, it picks up docs on my machine and puts up a blank
Plugger: No approperiate application for type application/x-msword found!
I just am not sure how this thing works and it hasn;t been enough of an issue
to worry about it but if you have an answer let me know.
On Wednesday 30 Jun 2004 4:33 pm, david jamison wrote:
Has anyone tried the Mozplugger for Mozilla?
I installed it from an rpm this morning but there doesnt seem to be any
action from it in Mozilla neither does there seem to be any
instructions or help!
That is apart from the following:-
1. You may need to delete your local $HOME/.mozilla/pluginreg.dat file
for mozplugger to be enabled correctly. (It will get regenerated).
I deleted this file and it WAS regenerated but exactly the same as before.
To add more helpers, edit /etc/mozpluggerrc. The window name can be
obtained using the utility xprop(1x). Type "xprop WM_CLASS" and click on
Any suggestions what this is all about?
Im really looking to open embedded .doc's and .pdf's
While im on this subject I tried installing the linux version of acrobat
linux-509.tar gz. I issued tar -x-zxvf linux-509.tar.gz worked fine
but there is an install script which when i try to run it responds not
enough arguments I tried it with various source destination combinations
- no sucess. Any thoughts?
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