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adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch package on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8

Current version: 20171205

How to install or uninstall adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch on CentOS 8 / RHEL 8?

Last updated on January 20, 2022

1. Install adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch package.

Please follow the steps below to install adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch package:

sudo dnf install adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch

2. Uninstall / Remove adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch package.

Please follow the guidelines below to uninstall adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch package:

sudo dnf remove adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch
sudo dnf autoremove

3. Full information of adobe-mappings-cmap.noarch package.

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Installed Packages
Name : adobe-mappings-cmap
Version : 20171205
Release : 3.el8
Architecture : noarch
Size : 13 M
Source : adobe-mappings-cmap-20171205-3.el8.src.rpm
Repository : @System
From repo : appstream
Summary : CMap resources for Adobe's character collections
URL : https://www.adobe.com/
License : BSD
Description : CMap (Character Map) resources are used to unidirectionally map character codes,
: such as Unicode encoding form, to CIDs (Character IDs -- meaning glyphs) of a
: CIDFont resource.
:
: These CMap resources are useful for some applications (e.g. Ghostscript) to
: correctly display text containing Japanese, (Traditional) Chinese, or Korean
: characters.

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