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    Question Adobe Reader and iso8859-1.so

    Hi,

    to fill out some pdf documents, I need the Adobe Reader (these pdfs shows only an error message that I have to use Adobe Reader when opening it with Okular or online tools).
    In the past, I installed the acroread rpm (from an opensuse repository). With a new tumbleweed installation, I have a dependency to iso8859-1.so.
    Does somebody knows where I can get this file?

    Best and thanks

    Michael

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    Default Re: Adobe Reader and iso8859-1.so

    glibc-locale has ISO8859-1.so, but writen like it is. If that's installed you might try to ignore the dep.
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    Default Re: Adobe Reader and iso8859-1.so

    Thanks !

    Glibc-locale was installed, but not the 32-bit version. After installing the 32 bit, I was able to install acroread after ignoring the dependency to iso8859. Without installing the 32 bit glibc-locale acroread is not starting after installing and ignoring the iso8859 dependency. Why does a 64bit program need a 32 library ?

    Michael

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