[tex-live] TL2007 epstopdf: Script interpreter is not found in PATH

Lianqing Yu lianqing.yu at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 14 09:44:04 CEST 2007

> I should have mentioned that the early texlive 2003 was buggy, but that> many of the bugs were fixed in the version that was bundled with The> Latex Companion.> > My recollection is that dvipdfmx converts the .eps files to .pdf. It may be> that it is using a newer ghostscript for this and the default for the eps-->pdf> conversion tool has changed to 1.4 from 1.3. There may be a configuration> option to fix it. The log indicated that parts of the .pdf file were> ignored. It may> look OK, but there could be problems in other viewers that acroread silently> fixes.> > It may easier to upgrade to TL2007 than to fix the problems with pdf 1.4> and the missing fonts.map file. If you don't have the "TLC" update, then> you are almost surely better off upgrading to the current version.> > -- > George N. White III <aa056 at chebucto.ns.ca>> Head of St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia
I uninstall TexLive 2003 and install 2007 and try the t-eps.tex you gave me. After the command 'epstopdf golfer.eps', I get the error message:
Script interpreter is not found in PATH.
What's problem? I remember I did not install perl during the installation of TeXLive 2007.
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