Sorry I need to pass on this one.
I remember reading a thread about shared hosts though.
Did you try a search in the archives?
Thanks for the reply, Andreas,
I'm installing swftools on a shared host, so it can't install the executables in /user/local/bin. Is there a way to set a flag to put them in a different directory?
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 8:45 AM, Andreas M. Eberharter <address@hidden>
So it seems to be install just fine.
Usaually the pdf2swf can be found in /usr/bin/ or /usr/local/bin depending on your distribution (if I'm right)
Try to reload your bash, then type pdf2swf hit enter and it should find the binary.
Hope I could help you.
On 25.08.2010, at 06:54, Chris Shattuck <address@hidden
I'm new to this mailing list, and not a very skillful command line user, so forgive me if this is mis-posted or the question is too basic.
When I compile swftools for linux, I don't see any pdf2swf files. The make process appears to go smoothly, but from there I don't see pdf2swf when I grep for a file.
Any thoughts on what I might be doing wrong would be greatly appreciated.