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From: Michael Volland <mk106c-gnu@×××××.de>
To: gentoo-user <gentoo-user@l.g.o>
Subject: [gentoo-user] Acroread DRM Bug?
Date: Sun, 25 Dec 2011 18:58:03
Message-Id: 20111225185643.GA2059@delta.mnet.local
1 Hi,
3 our public library uses Adobe Digital Rights Management.
4 That means you download a paper/book and open it with acroread.
6 It used to work fine with gentoo ~amd64 but not with ~x86 and x86.
7 (I assume it works with amd64 as well, can't just test it)
9 Acroread always crashed, when I tried to open a drm-protected document
10 on x84-installations.
12 The reason is, that acroread (acroread-9.4.2) is installed as binary,
13 but dynamically linked and when you open a drm-protected document, it
14 tries to load the non-existing library /usr/lib32/
16 To reproduce:
17 in xterm:
18 $ export ACRODEBUG=1
19 $ acroread
21 now open drm-protected document
23 dlopen: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
24 directory
26 This library is part of app-emulation/emul-linux-x86-baselibs-20110928
27 which is usually installed with non-x86 installations.
29 So I installed emul-linux-x86-baselibs and did set a softlink from
30 /usr/lib32/ to /usr/lib. It works fine.
32 But lately I ran into problems after upgrading gcc. I couldn't emerge
33 qt-gui
34 anymore. Actually I had to remove the link, rename /usr/lib32 and
35 reemerge gcc. Then it was possible to emerge qt-gui.
37 Any suggestions?
38 Could there be a library on x86 installation, that one could use?
39 Could I hide the library from ebuilds other than acroread?
40 Should I file a gentoo-bug-report?
42 Greetings
43 Michael


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Re: [gentoo-user] Acroread DRM Bug? Florian Philipp <lists@×××××××××××.net>