Re: View PDF from command line?

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On Fri, 2004-04-23 at 18:43, Wade Hampton wrote:
> -=Brian Truter=- wrote:
> >Does anyone know of a way to view a PDF without X?
> >
> >Our store systems do not use the X Window System, and we were considering
> >sending some documentation to them in PDF format. The only utilities I know
> >of off-hand require X to view.
> >  
> >
> You might want to consider shipping your docs in multiple formats, if you
> have control over the generation of the documents.  For example, you could
> create using OpenOffice, save as sxw, doc, html, and PDF.  You could also
> create using Word or WordPerfect and either print to postscript and use 
> ps2pdf
> or use the Adobe distiller (extra cost).
> You could have a simple server or apache and display the pages using lynx
> on the store systems.  The PDF could be used for print-ready docs and 
> displayable
> on in-store windows boxes, etc.
There also exists a pdf printer for windows which is free as in speech
IIRC. It actualyl outputs to html, ps and pdf.


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