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Once that is done execute the script by typing the following in a terminal: Here is a list of the programs/utilities that this script will install: Some of the items are optional, if you want to install them then you will need to remove the comments (#) from the script lines that are needed. Note: For some reason certain machines the ~/folder in your home folder become owned by root. We’re pleased to announce the availability of the latest version of Adobe Reader (9.1) through APT.You can enable these by going to System Please feel free to modify the script as you see fit. Remember, if you modify the script I cannot be held responsible for it not working anymore. Other users of the script have reported this as well.Best method to modify the script is to just comment out the unwanted lines via use of '#'. Adobe Reader is now hosted on the Canonical Partner Repositories, and can be installed seamlessly using the ‘apt-get’ command.
Update: If you are using Ubuntu 8.04 LTS “Hardy Heron” or Ubuntu 8.10 “Intrepid Ibex”, use the packages in the PPA of the Ubuntu Emacs Lisp team, instead of the packages referenced here.