"The most important fix since Adobe Reader 7.0.9 is that now
Adobe Reader 8 works with new Linux distributions, which use recent
GTK 2.0 libraries. It is a known fact that when the GTK 2.0 library
was present, loading of Adobe Reader 7.0.9 failed with endless loop
of messages: 'expr: syntax error' on the console window and serious
CPU usage hit silently slowing down computer reactions. Now this is
"Now Adobe Reader 8 scans font paths inside X configuration
(xorg.conf) files and adds located fonts to its own internal font
cache so system wide fonts are used for PDF pages rendering in
addition to default built-in Adobe Reader 8 package fonts..."
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