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SubjectRe: Adobe acrobat (was 2.0.21, Couldn't get a free page)
On Sun, 22 Sep 1996, Keith Owens wrote:

> On Sat, 21 Sep 1996, Alan Cox wrote:
> > Have Adobe finally got around to a Linux acrobat reader now xpdf is out ?
>
> Emailed them last last week, got a reply "no reader available, will pass
> your request to development" :(.

To close this thread. Yes, there is a native Adobe Acrobat reader for
Linux. It is available from www.adobe.com under Products/Acrobat Reader
3.0. It reads: Linux Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 beta 12. They say it only
runs on yggdrasil95 but I am using it under Slackware 3.1 no problem..

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