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    how can one open pdf files on redhat? is there an adobe version for linux?
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    1. yes, use "xpdf" or adobe's version.
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    I've found that Adobe version truly does a better job on the fonts. However, I've had it crash on my machine a couple of times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bpark
    I've found that Adobe version truly does a better job on the fonts. However, I've had it crash on my machine a couple of times.
    That's true but I've never find a mean to put adobe as the default reader of pdf thus when I want to open a pdf file I must do it manually
    U got an idea about how I can solve this problem?
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    That, of course, depends on what environment it is that you want to use the Adobe version by default.

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