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Jesse Torres
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I am having a difficult time in installing acrobat reader for Suse. After unzipping file linux-509.tar.gz to folder reader I run the following commands.

$ cd reader
$ ./INSTALL

This launches the User Agreement. I then hit "Enter" until I reach the bottom of the document. At this point, I am supposed to enter "accept" to accept the user agreement However, where am I supposed to enter "accept" on the command line? After I reach the end of the document,the following is shown:

/home/Jesse/reader/LICREAD.TXT lines 325-347/347 (END)

If I hit enter repeatedly, the following is displayed:

SVGReader_WWWEULA_English_08.09.01_11:15
logfile:

I tried entering "accept" at this prompt and received the following error:
Input is not a pipe (press RETURN) If I press Enter, the following re-appears

SVGReader_WWWEULA_English_08.09.01_11:15
/home/Jesse/reader/LICREAD.TXT lines 325-347/347 (END)






Please help,
[ October 18, 2004: Message edited by: Jesse Torres ]
 
Arnaud Burlet
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Hi,

first, you can hit space instead of enter, that should be more convenient (skips a whole page instead of a single line).

And about your problem, anytime when reading the license, you can hit "q" to exit and go to the prompt where you have to type "accept" .... from what I remember that's not harder than that !

Arnaud
 
Jesse Torres
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Originally posted by Arnaud Burlet:
Hi,

first, you can hit space instead of enter, that should be more convenient (skips a whole page instead of a single line).

And about your problem, anytime when reading the license, you can hit "q" to exit and go to the prompt where you have to type "accept" .... from what I remember that's not harder than that !

Arnaud


Thank you very much for your help Arnaud.

Can someone please recommend a good book on Linux / Unix commands?

Thanks,
 
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