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How can I display PDF files from Netscape? (SCO Unix)

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Supposedly Ghostscript can do this, but I found it had more problems than I could put up with. The Xpdf program is available from Skunkware ( https://www.sco.com/skunkware) and works well.

You'll need to modify Preferences->Navigator->Applications and change the Portable Document Format application to:

 xpdf -s -q %s
 

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