Re: what does this file mean? C:
On Sun, 2012-04-29 at 13:20 +0200, Christopher Svanefalk wrote:
> Is there a particular reason you need to use Adobe Reader? I
> personally abandoned it years ago in favour of Evince, and I haven't
> looked back. I can only remember one instance I had problems opening a
> PDF, and that was in regard to security settings being interpreted
> wrongly. That was over a year ago though, and it might no longer be an
> On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 12:56 PM, Piscium <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 29 April 2012 05:20, Darlene Wallach
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > What does this file mean? I don't understand how I got it in
> my home directory
> > Thank you
> > Darlene Wallach
> > $ cat C:
> It was only last week that I realised I had that file in my
> directory. I do have Acrobat Reader installed, but I have had
> it for
> ages, so why is it that only recently the file
ppdf32Logdebuglog.txt" appeared on my home directory?
> Something changed, most likely in Acrobat Reader, though it
> could also
> be in Firefox or Seamonkey.
> Last week when I found the file I deleted it, and today it was
> again. I deleted it again, googled for a PDF within FF, opened
> within FF, and presto, "C:
> reappeared. I
> am using Acrobat Reader v. 9.5.1 03/07/2012 and the most
> versions of FF (12) and Seamonkey (2.9) (all upstream Linux
> Anyway it is good to know this is not malware, so I am not
> particularly bothered.
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And you are still using evince. Evince was supposed to be te universal
file opener but it fails in most cases, xdg-open is the program to use.
Now KEN and BARBIE are PERMANENTLY ADDICTED to MIND-ALTERING DRUGS ...
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