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Old 11-26-2003, 06:48 PM   #1
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Registered: Jul 2002
Location: Alicante, Spain
Distribution: Fedora Core 1
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KGhostView doesn't print pdf files

Hi! I've installed Fedora Core and I'm trying to print a pdf file with KghostView but it isn't possible. It gives the next message:

"The file format application/x-zerosize is not
directly supported by the current system."
KGhostView asks:
"KDE convert this file to application/postscript ?"
I agree but it fails and says:
"no appropriate filter"

Anyone knows why happens this and how to print pdf files with Kgostview?



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