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E [14/Jan/2020:00:30:03 +0000] [Job 3] No pages found! I have also attached an example .ps file and 'gs' command line which demonstrate the problem - hopefully you will be able to reproduce it. ------- Additional Comment #4 From Till Currently, if I open a PDF file in the Ubuntu 12.04 > and print with a custom paper size, I always get the "Unrecoverable > error: rangecheck in setpagedevice". Logged If you can keep your head while all around are losing theirs, then you're not quite grasping the situation SeZo Hero Member Posts: 1780 Karma: 133 Gender: Re: Printing with
Googling around led me to this post on the CUPS site http://www.cups.org/espgs/str.php?L1172+P0+S-2+C0+I0+E0+Q which shows the same problem in SUSE9.3 distribution, and apparently the problem is due to a particular version of The Number Of The Beast Re: Printing with Scribus « Reply #1 on: January 19, 2014, 04:11:43 pm » Do you get the same if you "print to file" and save gstoraster which uses Ghostscript can be replaced by >> pdftoraster which is Poppler-based: >> >> pdftopdf -> pdftoraster -> rasterto... >> >> This can be done by editing the file >> which Printer make/model ?
If there is more information available (e.g. Daniel J Blueman (danielblueman) wrote on 2012-06-06: #10 iP3600-series.ppd Edit (168.2 KiB, text/plain) This is the preferred PPD file that unlocks the microweaving to access print resolutions beyond 600dpi, as supplied I can reproduce this on the command-line by getting Firefox or Thunderbird to print to a postscript file ("mozilla.ps"). But it looks > like Poppler-based titer did not resolve the issue. > > Do you have any suggestion? > > Thanks, > > Shane > > > > > >
Unrecoverable error: undefinedfilename in setpagedevice Operand stack: true --nostringval-- --nostringval-- --nostringval-- --nostringval-- --nostringval-- --nostringval-- --nostringval-- --nostringval-- [Edit: I fixed the typo from -SOutputFile to -sOutputFile to avoid this red herring. (But Hope that helps! also automatically and implicitely sets the -dBATCH -dNOPAUSE parameters. Trying to output pages that are physically too large for a specific output device can also cause setpagedevice errors.
Here are excerpts from the log file. D [14/Jan/2020:00:30:03 +0000] UpdateJob: job 3, file 0 is complete. apply all updates, install inkscape 3. Why cast an A-lister for Groot?
Input was a mozilla 1.7.5 generated ps file from the print dialog. Also you can make a strace log. Postscript Setpagedevice Example Changed in ghostscript (Ubuntu): status: Confirmed → Incomplete Daniel J Blueman (danielblueman) wrote on 2012-06-07: #14 I was running into the rangecheck on the Gutenprint driver also, so looks like this Unfortunately, even with the correct syntax (-sOutputFile) I still get exactly the same error. –emacsomancer Dec 13 '14 at 16:23 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote
If the unit is omitted the default unit "pt" (PostScript points, 1/72 inch) is used. this content michaelrsweet commented Aug 11, 2005 CUPS.org User: mike Fixed in Subversion repository. Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2012 20:43:37 +0100 Hello Daniel, something new on this bug? You are free to leave if you dislike their use.Got it © 1997-2016 – Laurens Leurs | All Rights Reserved Error Cyclopedia.com Cups unrecoverable error rangecheck in setpagedevice We present the
is the correct syntax. (Ghostscript command line parameters are case sensitive!) Also, with recent versions of Ghostscript, you can now use -o output.pdf instead of the long version. -o ... Added indication that 685805 affects icedove Request was from Guido Günther
It covers PDF, fonts, file formats, design and anything else that catches my interest. Former boss asking me to do presentations Why does removing Iceweasel nuke GNOME? Allocate more memory to the RIP or add RAM if possible. 9 August 2013 4 Comments » 4 responses to "Offending command: Setpagedevice" Me says: March 15, 2012 at 3:21 am
What object can prove the equations? "Squeezing out of a dead man" proverb Why does my capsule collider fall without my object (Unity)? Changed in hplip: status: New → Invalid Till Kamppeter (till-kamppeter) wrote on 2012-06-07: #13 I need that everyone of you follows the instructions of comment #5 and attaches both the error_log I can't recall > exactly how I worked around this. > > I will try to reproduce it from a fresh user account and post details Mostly something in the prefs.js Copy sent to Alexander Sack
Error: /rangecheck in HWMargins18 36 18 36 /Margins0 0-gt;-gt;setpagedevice D GPL Ghostscript 9.10: Unrecoverable error, Read more Printing-architecture CUPS Raster filter Question I always get the Unrecoverable error: rangecheck in setpagedevice. It seems that a custom page size was selected and then only the attribute "PageSize=Custom" was sent and not the actually set page size. Copy sent to Alexander Sack
Please click the link in the confirmation email to activate your subscription. Read more Printing with Scribus (SOLVED) - The Linux Community Forum Printing with Scribus (SOLVED) (Read 3329 Unrecoverable error: rangecheck in setpagedevice Have you looked at /var/log/cups/error_log? Message #30 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Guido Günther
Polls Who processes data for offset and digital printing? Please follow the instructions of the section "CUPS error_log" on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingPrintingProblems and see in the error_log what gets actually sent. D [30/May/2012:13:46:59 +0200] [Job 1241] Ghostscript command line: /usr/bin/gs -dQUIET -dPARANOIDSAFER -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -dNOINTERPOLATE -sDEVICE=cups -sstdout=%stderr -sOutputFile=%stdout -sMediaType=Automatic -sOutputType=0 -r600x600 -dMediaPosition=7 -dDEVICEWIDTHPOINTS=0 -dDEVICEHEIGHTPOINTS=0 -dcupsMediaType=-1 -dcupsBitsPerColor=8 -dcupsColorOrder=0 -dcupsColorSpace=17 -scupsPageSizeName=Custom -I/usr/share/cups/fonts -c -f This had never caused any problem but in this particular case, you had to use a PPD from Preps itself.
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