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Old 09-26-2005, 03:55 PM   #1
lazyboy0001
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unstable espgs package in slackware 10.2


I just noticed that there are problems with the espgs-8.15rc4 package included in slackware 10.2. Once ps2pdf is used, some figures in the original ps file won't be converted correctly to the pdf file. When using acroread to read the converted file, there will be a pop up window that complains about the corrupted figures. I have downgraded the package to the one provided in slack 10.1, and the problem is solved. To me, this newer version package might be too early to be included in a stable release of slackware.
 
  


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