[OS X TeX] eps figure into document

Jonathan Kew jonathan at jfkew.plus.com
Tue Nov 4 10:36:29 CET 2008

On 4 Nov 2008, at 09:27, Maarten Sneep wrote:

> On 4 nov 2008, at 01:24, Caitlyn Phillips wrote:
>> I installed TeXShop about a month ago from:
>> http://www.uoregon.edu/~koch/texshop/obtaining.html
>> I believe it's version 2.18.
> The important bit is that you have MacTeX 2008, that gives us a  
> starting point, assuming you installed tex at the same time.
>> I had previously done a paper in which there were a lot of figures,  
>> however it was done on my old Dell.  Even now when I try and run  
>> that file on my mac, it doesn't work, and it hasn't be changed  
>> since I last compiled it on the Dell.
>> I'm not exactly sure how to do much of anything in Terminal, but  
>> after typing in "which gs: which ps2pdf" Terminal returned "/usr/ 
>> bin/which"
> Mistyped:
>    which gs; which ps2pdf
> (note the semi-colon, it is not a colon).
> When copy/pasted into a terminal, it should give
>    /usr/local/bin/gs
>    /usr/local/bin/ps2pdf
> to indicate where the tools are installed. If nothing comes back,  
> then ghostscript really isn't installed.

Or could it be that /usr/local/bin is missing from the path?

Caitlyn, what does

     echo $PATH

give you in the Terminal? (The "expected" result should include /usr/ 
texbin and /usr/local/bin, as well as several other entries.)


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