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Re: ps-print problems

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: ps-print problems
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2005 10:23:06 +0200

Am 17.08.2005 um 01:05 schrieb Sebastian Luque:

,-----[ ps-print-buffer printed output ]
| # ERROR: configurationerror
| # OFFENDING COMMAND: setpageadvice
| # STACK:
| -dictionary-
| false
| /ManualFeed

There is PostScript interpreter involved in this. Parts of the PostScript code it is interpreting is meant for a different hardware, i.e. a specific PostScript printer.

I think the error can come from some customization in PostScript printing. There is a group (PS Print?) where you can switch on or off manual feeding of your printer. Could you toggle that setting?

Can you try *not* to spool for printing, i.e. passing all output to the operating system, but redirect the PS output into a buffer? I think the variable to be set to non-nil is pr-spool-p. Once you get the PS code in that buffer, you can save it to a file and pass it to gs to see what it finds.

What puzzles me is the setpageadvice error. I think this is only useful in a hard RIP, i.e. inside the PostScript printer. Can it be that you set up CUPS particles to do something with the stuff to be printed?



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