I appreciate any kind of feedbacks.
Acrobat reader (7.0.9-1) does not work on my Debian lenny penguin.
Here is a part of license agreement.
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Problem seems to be libgtk. Acrobat requires 2.4 or higher. Lenny has 2.10. And the adobe script does not seem to recognize 10.
As acrobat is a bash script, I think I can modify it to recognize library version.
I am not allowed to modify the script provided.
Is there any good way?
Did I already violate license agreement? (I traced bash script.)
I tried to a submit bug report to Adobe, but it does not seem like I am eligible to do so.