ggv errors with pdf
Mike.Jeays at rogers.com
Thu Jun 9 03:00:29 GMT 2005
On Wed, 2005-06-08 at 20:58, .VWV. wrote:
> Probably this one will be definitely my end question.
> I have a problem with ggv whilst trying to read pdf documents, not ps
> documents [attachment]. Moreover, I would like to know what's the best
> resource available to produce pdf or ps ones. Is it mandatory to pass
> through TeX?
> I'll try to stand alone in the future. Even if I am running a
> complicated installation of mixed-up releases, everything compiles and
> works. I have discovered this is a system much more modular than
> described in the manuals. It is even possible to compile strange
> kernels with mixed stuff of different releases. The problems come
> always from badly written third-party programs.
> The system remains always extremely stable and fast.
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Your attached file ggv appears to be an error message from Ghostscript
about a file "book.pdf".
Acroread and gv can both read pdf files well, and both are available as
ports and packages.
PDFs can be created with OpenOffice. Many programs can create
Postscript files; when you "print to file", you will usually get a
Postscript file as output, and can read it with gv.
Hope this helps!
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