Much against my better judgement I found the need to install Adobe Reader in order to test some stuff "off domain" for work. (Fill in forms with drop down combo boxes)
On Waldorf 64 bit
Found the need for the following three packages (installed using gdebi in order listed):
http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/contrib/n/nspluginwrapper/nspluginwrapper_1.3.0-1_amd64.deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/pool/partner/a/acroread/acroread-bin_9.5.5-1precise1_i386.deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/pool/partner/a/acroread/acroread_9.5.5-1precise1_amd64.deb
These pull in a fair few other packages off the #! repos
But it works
Last edited by Joe90 (2014-08-27 20:44:36)
@Joe90: are those *buntu .debs?
@Head_on_a_Stick: What Joe90 did is probably the least risky way to use *buntu .debs in a Debian-based distro.
@Joe90: So long as you haven't actually added any *buntu repos to your sources.list or done anything crazy like update libc6, I think you'll probably be OK. Remember, though, "If it breaks, you get to keep the pieces."