Adobe Reader 9 Unable To Find The Html Rendering Library
Adobe Reader showed information about the updates related to security ("security settings update"). What I am useing is kubuntu 13.04 and this stupid error message and the icon persist. At most a blank screen will show up. I went into this site…… http://www.brothersoft.com/adobe-reader-download-59713.html and downloaded the 8.1.1 Adobe Reader again, using the Brothers when asked for a choice. Source
A new try to install failed and the message was that an older version couldnot be removed. Posted by: William Dunn | November 15, 2007 11:11 PM I am trying to Copy using the Select Tool. Please specify the folder location in Edit -> Preferences -> Internet.". There is also a vibrant support community available at http://askubuntu.com and you might consider asking your question there.
I couldnt remove or update the program! Hello Nobody Logout Sign In or Sign Up (Why?) HomeRefine Search Messages per Month Sort by Relevance Date, Forward Date, Backward Start a set with this searchInclude this search in one of John Battersby Posted by: Mr John Battersby | October 2, 2007 12:45 PM Re: Large fonts in printing (Mr John Battersby)Please send the details of your problem, along with Acroread 9.5.5 on Ubuntu 12.04 64b Maarten Jacobs (maarten256) wrote on 2013-07-04: #26 I fixed this problem by installing the package "kompozer" and pointing to the /usr/lib/kompozer directory for the "HTML
The package is not present in the next Ubuntu releases. Nor can I find the answer here. Adobe Reader showed the message "Unable to find the HTML rendering library. If you are interested in learning more about software repositories and Ubuntu the following pages should be informative: 1.
Yours. I get the same results and messages as. I have adobe acrobat reader installed using the debian package. http://www.korecky.org/?p=1270 If acroread is run from the command line the blank window still appears but no message (error or otherwise) is ever reported to the shell.
Francesco Posted by: Francesco Pretto | December 18, 2007 6:57 PM Has anyone having loaded and installed Ver 8.11 after Registering, had Adobe Reader, when starting, open a text window I clicked the icon. Adobe > Reader showed the message "Unable to find the HTML rendering library. > Please specify the folder location in Edit -> Preferences -> > Internet.". But I don't see any answers for this problem.
All comments in this > thread which are not about reporting this issue are basically useless. > Sorry to say. > > Linux is a great system but some software perfomrs great post to read Posted by: Adam Reed | February 7, 2008 1:02 AM I would like to re-express the statements about entering 21st Centry for Adobe. For my system, libxul existed in /usr/lib/xulrunner-1.9 and in /usr/local/firefox3. Please Help!
HELP!!!! http://tubee.net/adobe-reader/how-to-save-a-fillable-pdf-in-adobe-reader.html Posted by: Kamal | December 5, 2008 10:27 AM I have the same problem with the Adobe Reader 8.1.1. I cannot print PDF documents and cannot uninstall it and it's update from my computer. but no time was provided for this enhancement...
But thank you for the message. The icon > showed "Adobe Tracker Alert" on the taskbar. I too am unable to uninstall AR 8.1.1 for the same reason. have a peek here Acroread does not work with 64-bit binaries or libraries.
it didn't solve my problemany other ideas?
Thanks Gaurav Posted by: Gaurav Jain | October 2, 2007 10:31 PM Could it be that the libgtkembedmoz.so is specific for each Firefox version. If this does not work for you ,please install any of the rpm's from here Hope it helps Best regards Sanika Posted by: Sanika | September 26, 2007 2:52 PM Notify me of new posts by email. Adam Kunicki (adkunicki) wrote on 2013-06-17: #21 I'm sorry.
Please help as I am stuck without the reader. In the acroread script, located at
Any tip will be highly appretiated. and the same popup on every click in security setting window. > > And YES - the requested library is set in config and is there: > Edit->Preferences->Internet: /usr/lib/firefox/ > And Set this folder in the "Preferences > Internet > libgtkembedmoz Folder" preference in Adobe Reader. Please exit Adobe Acrobat/Reader and try again".
On starting acroread, a dialog box pops up "Unable to find the HTML rendering library (libgtkembedmoz)." This happens if acroread was unable to find libgtkembedmoz.so and related component files on your See my post #15 above - to reproduce the error. Here is guide how can you install and configure Adobe Reader on Linux machine (in my case Linuxmint 17 and all Debian/Ubuntu derivatives) Dependencies installation Open terminal and run sudo apt-get Why don't they just embed the needed libraries.