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Old 07-15-2010, 03:23 PM
Frank
 
Default Adobe reader update

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I have Adobe reader 9.3.3 (the latest) installed on my Squeeze system,
but every day aptitude update/full-upgrade insists 9.3.1 is installed
and wants to remove it. Aptitude is trying to upgrade/update
acroread-debian-files.

This is what happens



aptitude full-upgrade
The following packages will be upgraded:
acroread-debian-files{b}
1 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not
upgraded. Need to get 18.4kB of archives. After unpacking 36.9kB will
be freed. The following packages have unmet dependencies:
acroread-debian-files: Depends: acroread (>= 9.3.3) but 9.3.1-0.0
is installed. The following actions will resolve these dependencies:

Remove the following packages:
1) acroread
2) acroread-data
3) acroread-debian-files
4) acroread-dictionary-en
5) acroread-escript
6) acroread-l10n-en
7) mozilla-acroread



Accept this solution? [Y/n/q/?] n
The following actions will resolve these dependencies:

Keep the following packages at their current version:
1) acroread-debian-files [0.2.5 (now)]


I have removed and reinstalled Adobe reader several times
but it never changes

I am also wondering where the reader should be installed to
work properly in a Debian system. Right now it's in /opt.

Any suggestions? - I didn't find any similar problems in the Adobe
site knowledge base or forums.



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Old 07-15-2010, 03:31 PM
Frank
 
Default Adobe reader update

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Solved my problem...you can't mix an installation from
the Adobe site with Debian files (obviously). I removed
the Adobe site reader, fixed the apt sources list (it never
gave me the opportunity to install acroread)... and
all is now well.


Sorry for the noise. Lesson learned (I hope)





On Thu, 15 Jul 2010 11:23:26 -0400
Frank <debianlist@videotron.ca> wrote:

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>
>
>
> I have Adobe reader 9.3.3 (the latest) installed on my Squeeze system,
> but every day aptitude update/full-upgrade insists 9.3.1 is installed
> and wants to remove it. Aptitude is trying to upgrade/update
> acroread-debian-files.
>
> This is what happens
>
>
>
> aptitude full-upgrade
> The following packages will be upgraded:
> acroread-debian-files{b}
> 1 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not
> upgraded. Need to get 18.4kB of archives. After unpacking 36.9kB will
> be freed. The following packages have unmet dependencies:
> acroread-debian-files: Depends: acroread (>= 9.3.3) but 9.3.1-0.0
> is installed. The following actions will resolve these dependencies:
>
> Remove the following packages:
> 1) acroread
> 2) acroread-data
> 3) acroread-debian-files
> 4) acroread-dictionary-en
> 5) acroread-escript
> 6) acroread-l10n-en
> 7) mozilla-acroread
>
>
>
> Accept this solution? [Y/n/q/?] n
> The following actions will resolve these dependencies:
>
> Keep the following packages at their current version:
> 1) acroread-debian-files [0.2.5 (now)]
>
>
> I have removed and reinstalled Adobe reader several times
> but it never changes
>
> I am also wondering where the reader should be installed to
> work properly in a Debian system. Right now it's in /opt.
>
> Any suggestions? - I didn't find any similar problems in the Adobe
> site knowledge base or forums.
>
>
>
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