You can get acrobat reader from the adobe web site. Instructions are included with it how to install. Just look for acrobat reader and select Linux as OS.dalani said:ACROBAT FOR LINUX? I use that alot on windows where can I download the Mandrake10 rpm of acrobat reader? kpdf isn't loaded in my kde 3.2 but i'll look for that.
kde 3.4 I'm scared to even ask. I bet that would use up and tax all my cpu and mem on my PII.
is that so? I'm using MDk10 but i'll look into how konq. is configured for handling pdf files. Hopefully that should solve the problem. thanksHeadrush said:Depending on how its is configured, konqueror just uses kpdf or kghostview. (Inline)
rpm -Uvh kdegraphics-kpdf-3.2.3-16mdk.i586.rpm
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