These terms can either refer to an actual PostScript error or to an offending command. Each term is linked to a page with more detailed information and possible. How to solve and work around postscript error offending command show. Error: rangecheck; Offending Command: show – Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file). Are you getting an error when printing from Adobe that says “Cambria not found, using Error: invalidfont; OffendingCommand: show ]%%.

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To do so, install the proposed package as oon as it gets available or ruun Quantal as live CD or in a virtual machine, create a second print queue for your printer, named “test” and run the commands.

I had the same problem with Lenovo when I’m running Ubuntu Till Kamppeter till-kamppeter on To isolate the element or elements that cause the offendingvommand, make a copy of the file. Then send groups of pages to the PostScript interpreter. I’ll do what I can to help but will probably need leading, here I found a blog that makes your work easy https: Please work on a fix with cliddell.

I have tried to print a page from a lightweight pdf Amelia Ryan ameliaryan wrote on If the error still occurs, open the graphic in the application in which it was created, resave it with a different name. It can also cause an error if it is too complex for the PostScript interpreter for example, it requires more memory than is available. September 18, at 6: What’s more, it says “Creator: Some PostScript errors don’t help you determine a likely cause. This one says “Creator: To begin troubleshooting, locate the error type and offending command in the “PostScript Error Types” and the “PostScript Offending Commands” parts of this document.


Some printers may have problems with the compressed PostScript. If you find a likely culprit, you can delete the graphic, reimport it, save it in different format, or simplify it for example, reduce its dpi.

That was not really a good deal. If someone proivide me instructions how to get the PS output I can run commands with the two different settings and send them over.

After that try to print again. Accepted cups-filters into precise-proposed. I edited a small text errof, then chose File, Print, Print to File, Postscript and saved to my desktop.

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There are a couple of work-arounds that get mentioned on various forums:. Runnning a newly installed trust tahr, Damaged fonts, damaged system files, damaged printer drivers, insufficient hard disk space, network problems, or hardware problems commonly cause system-level problems. Continue sending pages until you narrow down the problem page.

If you think a PostScript error has occurred, but it doesn’t appear onscreen or in your printout, you can sometimes offeneingcommand or print the error message. Do one or more of the following:. However when trying to print the same file under Ubuntu After that, if you are willing, I’d like to give you some possibly many! Try printing the job in two or three times. Troubleshoot possible causes of a PostScript error. No PDF file produced. It can be difficult to troubleshoot PostScript errors.


Troubleshoot PostScript errors

When printing I get the error pages described above. Troubleshoot a problem further if you receive a non-specific PostScript error message, or if a PostScript error occurred without a message.

Switching to poppler with: You can easily tell if a connection to an external device is severed altogether: Interestingly, the Ubuntu test page prints perfectly. View or print a PostScript error message.

There’s simply no way I can guess at what bugs other interpreters may or may not have. September 6, at 1: So i have used debug options from cups equals “cupsctl –debug-logging” to show me, how does cups will be convert the data stream from pdf thats the first data stream after click in print to postscript.

The problem is most probably caused by switching the pdftops CUPS filter from Poppler to Ghostscript and allowing higher image rendering resolutions when the pdftops filter has to turn graphical structures of the PDF input file into bitmaps when converting to PostScript and PostScript does not support these structures. I say this for what it is helps you to find the reason of the problem.

Little more can be determined without a sample file. My thanks in advance.