[l2h] eps images problem

Ross Moore ross at ics.mq.edu.au
Sat Nov 26 00:19:21 CET 2005

Hello Paolo,

On 26/11/2005, at 12:53 AM, Paolo Ariano wrote:

> Ross Moore ha scritto:
>> Alternatively, go into that subdirectory and create
>> a symbolic link:    ln -s ../figure .
> there were problems in the latex file charging packages and  
> unconsistent path for images but now all is ok ;)

OK, I'm glad you got that sorted out.

With complicated pieces of software, the most likely reason
for failure is usually due to inability to find needed resources.
This usually means that a search-path has not been set correctly.

> thanks
> paolo
> PS locally i can see navigation icons but when i upload it to the  
> server they are corrupted :(

Same kind of problem.

Have you set the  $ICONSERVER  variable, and uploaded
icons to the corresponding web-address ?

Most likely you have put a local file-system URL into
the HTML pages,  (i.e. starting  file://....)
rather than a universal URL (web-address)
   (e.g. starting  http://www. ...)

Without a sensible $ICONSERVER then only you can access
the icons on your own machine. No-one viewing from the web
will be given access to a local address.

Alternatively, use the  -local_icons   command-line switch,
to use a fresh copy with your job.

Hope this helps,

	Ross Moore

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> Paolo Ariano
> Neuroscience PhD @ UniTo
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