Brand new topic: printing from xpdf

From: jim wagner <linux_at_no.spam.please>
Date: Sat Sep 13 2003 - 23:20:03 CST

Aha! Further looking around reveals that 'lpr' makes it print.
However, it does not print Chinese, just a senection of Latin letters.

Is there any solution for this?


jim wagner wrote:

> I'm using Mandrake 9.1
> After several attempts to get Chinese support for Adobe Acrobat 5.x, I
> went looking for the same for xpdf. When trying to install it, I
> discovered that the newest version of xpdf, which came with 9.1, has
> CJK support included.
> So I loaded this piece that I'd gotten down from the web, and went
> about trying to print it. With a notable lack of success.
> Now, in the dialog that comes up when one hits the "print" icon, there
> is and empty box labeled "print on command." Am I supposed to put
> something in there? And if so, what?
> Next is box entitled "print to file" which contains the path to the
> piece I'm trying to print a part of.
> When I hit the "Print" button, noting happens.
> Googling around the web, I find that it is supposed to produce a .ps
> file, to be printed with Ghostview. However, nothing seems to be
> happening.
> I even discovered some instructions on printing from the terminal, but
> I can't seem to make that work. And one further problem, what set of
> commands to I use to print, for instance, pages 106 to 108?
> Thanks
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