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Re: Ghostscript-lilypond error when converting ps>pdf

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Ghostscript-lilypond error when converting ps>pdf
Date: Wed, 05 Mar 2008 13:45:06 +0100
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Valentin Villenave wrote:
2008/3/5, Mats Bengtsson <address@hidden>:

 When you try running the GUB binary release, check the outputs of
 lilypond --verbose ...
 to see if it in any way uses any file that's also read by your home-compiled
 version. You might also want to try to remove the cached font database.

LOL -- did I mention that, in addition to the insane rm-rf /usr/local*
I did, I also did a quite brutal rm-rf ~/.*

(Yes, I'm just that crazy :)

Anyway, I ran LilyPond in verbose mode (full output follows)
Indeed, it keeps calling a weird ghostscript directory in
/usr/bin/../share that doesn't exist (since Lily is in /usr/local by
If you read the full line of the printout, you will notice that it indeed searches
in the relevant place:


When comparing to the printouts I get when running a GUB installation,
it seems very similar and it  is for example normal that it doesn't find any
setting for GS_FONTPATH. However, I notice that it also adds
/home/valentin/.fonts to GS_LIB, which I cannot repeat here unless
I have the environment variable GS_LIB set when calling LilyPond.
I hope you have checked that you don't have any suspicious environment
variable settings.


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