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It seems there is some problem with fonts and search path. Can't find (or can't open) font file URWPalladioL-Ital. Can this problem be triggered by breakage of defoma-hints ( see Bug #308539 ) ? But I installed it from Fedora 20 official repository, so it looks like they really want their bleeding edge badge. –ireallydontknow Dec 29 '13 at 14:52 Where is Fedora http://xhpcreations.com/ghostscript-error/ghostscript-error-invalidfont-in-findfont.html

Word for someone who keeps a group in good shape? Not the answer you're looking for? JPG does not support transparency. Can't find (or can't open) font file /usr/share/ghostscript/9.10/Resource/Font/NimbusSanL-Regu. read this post here

Substituting font Courier for foo. What kind of distribution is this? Now I see this inside the mock root: That was a suggestion for a workaround in case both system cache dir and user cache dir contains different caches.

Or, what is the path for fonts (I've not understood this since the pre-xfs days :(). But I've no ideas now about how to get back to a situation where I can print any ascii files. Loading Hershey-Gothic-English font from /var/lib/defoma/gs.d/dirs/fonts/hrger.pfa... 3698408 1837575 5885520 4598995 1 done. 3698408 1838304 5905704 4604068 1 done. Then I went back to the rawhide urw-fonts.

What do I do when two squares are equally valid? All rights reserved. Currently my /usr/share/fonts contains such folders: abattis-cantarell cjkuni-uming default dejavu google-droid jomolhari jsmath-fonts khmeros liberation lklug lohit-assamese lohit-bengali lohit-devanagari lohit-gujarati lohit-kannada lohit-oriya lohit-punjabi lohit-tamil lohit-telugu nhn-nanum opensymbol paktype-naqsh paratype-pt-sans sil-abyssinica sil-padauk On the failed builds, at the step where the good builds read a urw-fonts file, the failed build instead tries (and fails) to find files named NimbusRomNo9L-Regu and NimbusMonL-Regu.

No documentation, but I'm not a developer so I don't really mind :) > Xtrans.mm # Worked for me! Helvetica I can supply some portion of error_log if needed. (Please tell me if I should redact something -- its permissions are -rw------- .) I then found this report, and ran Then I installed msttcorefonts, I now it has this: (extract) gs -c 'loadallfonts quit' ... There is no branch in svn as far as I can see.

Comment 42 Jerry James 2014-05-19 11:31:34 EDT Eric, have you tried in a mock environment, or are you talking about a real or virtual Rawhide machine? In other words, none of these has any effect. Till Kamppeter (till-kamppeter) wrote on 2011-01-24: #45 Some remarks: - This problem only occurs if Ghostscript is fed with PDF. I must always force rasterize in order to get anything. --- On Sat, 2/6/10, Till Kamppeter

Please check whether the Ghostscript font problems go away then. http://xhpcreations.com/ghostscript-error/ghostscript-error-invalidfileaccess.html The nominations may not be appropriate. Graziano (graziano-giuliani-gmail) wrote on 2009-01-28: #5 loadallfonts.svn_files Edit (25.0 KiB, text/plain) I just attach the output of loadallfonts with all svn resource files taken from ghostscript site. I really don't know anything about ghostscript.

I have a Canon LBP5000 working with the original Canon CAPT driver, version 1.6 (always worked like a charm with Intrepid); after the upgrade to Jaunty it can still print the When I first entered the build root, there were 4 cache files in /var/cache/fontconfig. Kryzhevich 2013-10-22 23:54:45 EDT Sorry, I should drop my issue. check over here Help!

This is more a solution than an answer. Some of the articles are even stupid and one day you might even find the name of my prefered pizza-service in here, cause I always forget about it. Results of gs -v : Search path: /usr/share/ghostscript/9.05/Resource/Init : /usr/share/ghostscript/9.05/lib : /usr/share/ghostscript/9.05/Resource/Font : /usr/share/ghostscript/fonts : /usr/share/fonts/default/ghostscript : /usr/share/fonts/default/Type1 : /usr/share/fonts/default/amspsfnt/pfb : /usr/share/fonts/default/cmpsfont/pfb : /usr/share/fonts : /usr/share/ghostscript/conf.d : /etc/ghostscript : /etc/ghostscript/9.05 :

I'm running the following command $ epstopdf untitled.eps --debug * kpsewhich command: kpsewhich * Input filename: untitled.eps * Output filename: untitled.pdf * BoundingBox comment: %%BoundingBox: * Ghostscript command: gs * Compression:

Someone have any news on the resolution of this bug? Trying to print ascii files to my HP laserjet produced > only blank pages, apparently because of ghostscript crashing. There seems to be a related discussion in this bug report, about some cache that failed to update. Thay allready told me they cant update the ghostscript library.Is there a convert param to indicate which font to use when the original font is not available?tks Top fmw42 Posts: 19271

I can see which getting installed in the "base" transaction, before it does the second pass to install the BuildRequires. Till Kamppeter (till-kamppeter) wrote on 2009-01-27: #2 Can you run gs -c 'loadallfonts quit' and post the output here? Please let me know if you know of any alternatives that you want me to try out. http://xhpcreations.com/ghostscript-error/ghostscript-error-log.html Error: /invalidfont in /findfont ...