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Well, depending on what you are doing with your scripting but closing applications can be achieved by the pkill command, and for your specific case you can take a look at this. pkill From Wikipedia In this case, dropping the pkill -3 acroread in a terminal (or via your shell script) will result in the "forcing to close" Adobe Acrobat Reader. Good luck!
Seems like you are out of space, to check your hdd just run: df -h If this command tells you that the use% is at like 99% or something around that, clean it using this command: apt-get clean && apt-get autoclean You may also try to remove unneeded packages from your system using this command: deborphan | xargs aptitude --purge remove After ...
Did you check this post? Where can I get Adobe Acrobat 64? This what worked for me. Just type this into the terminal: sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ precise partner" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install acroread as it's precise repository it might cause some packages conflicts
I found acroread to be unreliable when it comes to saving settings, though w.r.t. "double-sided printing" you may want to change your global printing preferences for your printer (e.g., look for "printing" in dash). Alternatively, you may want to consider switching to a different pdf viewer like https://launchpad.net/~b-eltzner/+archive/qpdfview which is ...
The important line is: /usr/bin/mandb: can't write to /var/cache/man/1645: No space left on device The partition where the directory /var lives has no more space left. You can try to delete some unnecessary files. Sometimes the directory /var/cache/apt/archives contains lots of unneeded package files. Please check if you could remove some files in /var ...
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