jm at jmason.org (Justin Mason) writes:
> /dev/fd/0 is STDIN -- filedescriptor 0. Looks like the PS file wants
> to know its filename, but it's being read from STDIN, that's my
I don't think so: it should be getting a stream of PS from stdin,
but it's not. The printing/spooling system is executing gs but
somehow failing to provide it with input.
> Try tweaking the scripts to run "gs" with the ps file on
> the command line instead of as "-".
That might clarify that the later part of the system works, but I
suspect the problem is earlier.
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