If you can print other PDFs but not a particular one it is very likely that the PDF size is A4 (the longer, skinnier Asian paper size) instead of the North American letter size ( 8.5" x 11"). This breaks printing in most cases. Or it may print if you find a program that ignores the size issue.
Here is an example of an A4 being rejected by a printer in Ubuntu Linux via CUPS
Cannot print PDF CUPS Samsung C460:
503 Service Unavailable (Failed to connect to endpoint: [N7Vmacore4Http20NamedPipeServiceSpecE:0x00005556ba09c070] _serverNamespace = / action = Allow _pipeName =/var/run/vmware/vpxd-webserver-pipe)
503 Service Unavailable (Failed to connect to endpoint: [N7Vmacore4Http16LocalServiceSpecE:0x00007fd26000b240] _serverNamespace = /ui action = Allow _port = 5090)
Errors like the above are usually because there is an issue with your vSphere or more commonly it i........
pcimodules no longer works it produces nothing probably because the format of /sys/bus/pci is different.
lspci -k doesn't work on older lspci versions.
pciutils can be compiled but it won't work if you have an old system and compile on a newer glibc.
iteriate through /sys/bus/pci/devices/*/modalias
It is a common issue and here is the solution (increase the density/dpi):
convert -density 120 some.pdf output.jpg
You will need to play with the density setting to get the perfect file size and resolution.
If you want a smaller file you can always use the "-quality" switch and eg. -quality 25 would be 25%/100 quality........
Xorg fonts missing Xorg.0.logThis happened on a PCBSD installation but it could happen on any Unix/Linux Xorg installation:
If the text on your screen is too small and you're running at a high resolution if you do a
[code:1:04ca0d3455]cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | more
You'll see a bunch of fonts missing, specifically the 75dpi and 100dpi ones that you really need :)
(WW) The directory "/usr/X11........