I've noticed that no one hasn't created openSUSE 11.3 repository in M17N
Can anyone do this task? Or, tell me how I can do. :-)
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A few years ago Mike Fabian provided a package that allowed us to install the
CJK fonts for Acrobat Reader 8 without the usual hassle.
I've updated this package for Acroread 9 and enlarged the scope so that it
also includes the 'xtd' (extended) fonts.
This has led to the creation of two more (sub)packages than there were before:
acroread-fonts-xtd and acroread-fonts. The latter is the parent of all the
subpackages. It contains the architecture-specific files (mostly from xtd),
whereas all subpackages are noarch.
Also, for ease of package managment I renamed acroread-cmaps to
acroread-fonts-cmaps and set a 'Provides' alias to the old name.
You can find my spec file and a tar directory listing of the source file.
It is only one source file, named in the standard way, consisting of the
unpacked Adobe files plus a README and LICENSE file in the top level
Can we put a package like this one into the non-oss or some non-official
Hartmut Pilch http://a2e.de/phm