Adobe Reader Unable To Find The Html Rendering Library
More importantly I killed the "/opt/Adobe/Reader9/Reader/intellinux/bin/SynchronizerApp-binary" process that was running - I believe this prevented the change in the setting from being applied initially. Posted by: Greg Cooke | March 21, 2008 8:21 AM Same problem with the patch could not be opened error. I WANT IT REMOVED NOW!!!! The icon > showed "Adobe Tracker Alert" on the taskbar. Source
HELP!!!!!! Adam Kunicki (adkunicki) wrote on 2013-06-19: #23 Thank you. Adobe shall let the user community know in case there is a plan to support Solaris x86 in a future release. Find the folder containing libgtkembedmoz.so in the Mozilla installation. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/701505
On the screen something came up while i wish to remove it saying that this patch package could not be open. Meta Log in © 2016 Site25 Blog | Powered by WordPress A WordPress theme by Ravi Varma Home Forums Posting Rules Linux Help & Resources Fedora Set-Up Guides Fedora Magazine Ask Please help as I am stuck without the reader. Please Help!
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 frequently have to use Acrobat for digital form signing... Could you please let us know the url from where you are installing xulrunner . I have removed Acrobat Reader for now as this is extremely annoying and happens every time I open a PDF file.
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - information regarding managing repositories Changed in ubuntu: status: New → Invalid kapetr (kapetr) wrote on 2013-01-14: #10 I do use acroread from official repo. Show 3 replies 1. I downloaded the latest version of XULrunner here. http://blogs.adobe.com/acroread/2007/09/17/adobe_reader_811_faqs/ I am using 64bit Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, all updates done frequently.
Posted by: Joanna Gunter | April 16, 2008 10:13 PM I can't uninstall 8.1.1 can anyone help. Browse other questions tagged 12.10 firefox adobe adobe-reader firefox-extensions or ask your own question. This is why you see the name ‘ld-linux.so.2″ in the process list instead of acroread. Is there anything else I can try?
It can not be opened and I cannot remove it. http://tubee.net/adobe-reader/how-to-save-a-fillable-pdf-in-adobe-reader.html No apparent way to disable the tracker or the annoying yellow icon in the GNOME panel. Can I set the libgtkembedmoz folder preference globally, for all the users? Best, Klaus Fischer Adam Kunicki (adkunicki) wrote on 2013-06-13: Re: [Bug 701505] Re: Problem with Adobe Reader update: Unable to find the HTML rendering library #19 Maybe, I don't know.
More discussions in Acrobat Reader All CommunitiesAcrobat Reader 3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 5, 2013 1:18 PM by wforumw Unable to use Security Settings wforumw Mar 1, 2013 5:46 AM A new try to install failed and the message was that an older version couldnot be removed. Posted by: Steve | October 29, 2007 10:09 PM Hallo, I have exactly the same problem!
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However, we found computers doesn't have this font available will display the word into another font which makes it looks very ugly. If you do not find the entry there, please post a comment on that page with your issue. What should I do? > > Source package: AdbeRdr9.4-1_i386linux_enu.deb. > System: Linux Ubuntu 10.10. > > To manage notifications about this bug go to: > > https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/acroread/+bug/701505/+subscriptions > Mihai Petcu (mikybrother) Greetings.
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 See my post #15 above - to reproduce the error. Please type your message and try again. Check This Out Note: On 64-bit systems you need a proper installation of 32-bit XULRunner, Firefox or Mozilla.
That should fix the issue. You can try: - download the i386 version of the package for ubuntu - unpackage it - create a ~/lib32 path - create or edit a startup script for your shell, de Jong | March 11, 2008 7:13 AM When I tried to remove Abode Reader 8.1.1, there was an error messege: this patch package could not be opened!! Posted by: Michael Wu | November 27, 2007 7:29 AM Re libgtkembedmoz on 64-bit systems: Why doesn't Adobe just step into the 21st century and distribute a 64-bit version?
Linux is a great system but some software perfomrs poorly on it. and the same popup on every click in security setting window. When trying to access help, got the message about not finding libgtkembedmoz.so cited in #2. Please exit Adobe Acrobat/Reader and try again".
hieronymous View Public Profile Find all posts by hieronymous #3 2nd February 2014, 10:21 AM H0wdy Offline Registered User Join Date: Sep 2011 Posts: 111 I need to Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. I found another libgtkembedmoz.so in /usr/lib/nvu-1.0 (which is a html editor). shankao (shankao) wrote on 2013-01-14: #13 @kapetr: sorry, havent's seen that you are running precide.
Note you may have to remove ~/.adobe/Acrobat/8.0 if you are experiencing the crash I reported in order to reset the libgtkembedmoz folder. http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu/components - information about Ubuntu repositories 2. I clicked the icon. I would like to get 8.1.2 and I can't due to the problems with 8.1.1.
Adobe > acrobat reader is a remarably bad example for this. Does Acroread run on 64-bit systems? These steps appear to lead to a working installation of 8.1.1 on solaris 10 11/06 sparc. One more method I tried is to open Adobe Acrobat Reader Edit -> Preferences -> Internet and then give the browser executables (/usr/bin/firefox) and html rendering library (/usr/lib/firefox) 12.10 firefox adobe
How do I uninstall this file so that I may install a newer version of Adobe Reader? Posted by: Charles Harrow | March 1, 2009 8:53 PM hi this is santhu i have one problem i have installed adobe cs3 master collection in my laptop now i Adobe > Reader showed the message "Unable to find the HTML rendering library. > Please specify the folder location in Edit -> Preferences -> > Internet.". When I tried to remove the program with the standard uninstall-possibilities of Windows XP I received the message that the program couldnot open the patchpack (or package?) and that I should