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<h1>Error</h1>
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Ghostscript executable not found. You will not be able to generate PDF using 
<b>PDF (Ghostscript, level 1.2)</b>
or <b>PDF (Ghostscript, level 1.4)</b> options, as these output methods 
require GNU Ghostscript or AFPL Ghoscript to be installed on your server.
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<th width="20%">Problem</th><th>Solution</th>
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<td>Ghostscript not installed on your server</td>
<td>Install Ghostscript 7.xx or 8.xx yourself or ask your system administrator.
Please note that if you're using some kind of package manager, you'll need both 
'ghostscript' and 'ghostscript-fonts' packages for PDF generation (some ghostscript
distributions do include fonts; some don't).
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<td>Installed Ghostscript executable have a non-standard name</td>
<td>Modify <b><a href="help/configuration.html#postscript">GS_PATH</a></b> 
configuration variable to match the real name 
of Ghostscript executable. Say, if you're using 
Windows-based server, you probably have Ghostscript executable named 
<tt>gswin32c.exe</tt> instead of more common <tt>gs</tt>; in this case,
set the value of <b><a href="help/configuration.html#postscript">GS_PATH</a></b> 
to <tt>'gswin32c.exe'</tt> (NOT <tt>gswin32.exe</tt>!)</td>
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<td>System search path does not include path to Ghostscript executable.</td>
<td>Either modify the system search path, or provide <b>full</b> path
to Ghostscript executable; for example, set the 
<b><a href="help/configuration.html#postscript">GS_PATH</a></b> value
to <tt>'/usr/local/bin/gs'</tt> (or whatever the real path to Ghostscript
on your server is). Please note the difference between your user 
profile and user profile PHP is running under! While you may have Ghostscript 
on your default search path, <i>nobody</i> or <i>apache</i> (or whatever the 
name of system account running web server is) may have different search path not 
inluding the ghostscript directory.</td>
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<td rowspan="2">You're using PHP in <i>safe mode</i> and Ghostscript is not on 
your <i>safe_mode_exec_dir</i> (please, refer to your PHP documentation
or <a href="http://www.php.net">www.php.net</a> for explanation of these terms).</td>
<td>Turn PHP <i>safe mode</i> off yourself or ask your system administrator.<td>
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<td>Add path to Ghostscript executable to your <i>safe_mode_exec_dir</i> PHP configuration 
variable (or ask your system administrator to do it)</td>
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