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Raspberry PI  need a good Pdf Reader

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I'm hoping someone can suggest a good PDF reader.  I have Raspbian and am using XPDF but it is very basic.  Can the Adobe Linux version run on the PI?  I'm not finding much information on it for the PI.  Thanks Much!
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I thought mupdf was installed by default in Raspbian.
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That's the older version from what I have read.
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I found a PDF reader that does exactly what I want.  Its called Okular.
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Found the perfect PDF reader that works on Raspberry Pi, Raspbian
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