GhostScript is only usable through the command line and, I have to admit it, 1. -quit -o -sDEVICE=pdfwrite error when opening a PDF. Post any defects 1 true 5 2. Ghostscript is an interpreter for the PostScript language and for PDF. gswin32c. exe -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=pswrite -sOutputFile=
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Converting PostScript to PDF using GhostScript
I am still confused why do I have to invoke gswin64c. You don’t have to use gswin64c directly. And it does work for me. On the other hand, ps2pdf command is actually a script ps2pdf.
However, the option you use does fails. It’s safe if you use them, however. I’m not sure what -c save pop mean. It seems that this option cause the problem.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. My computer runs on Windows 7 with MikTeX 2. Experiment results gswun32c on Philippe’s comment as follows. What is the error message?
Which distribution and OS do you use? I am no longer interested in this question because I have migrated to TeX Live TeX Live On the other hand, ps2pdf command is actually a script ps2pdf. There may be something wrong with your TeX distribution or GhostScript.
It’s only a bit complex.
– PDF from PS through Shell with gswin32c – Stack Overflow
Do you still have the Unknown paper size: What error do you have when you just use ps2pdf filename. Have you updated you MikTeX recently?
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