Category:Troubleshooting

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Revision as of 17:24, 27 February 2008

Troubleshooting Specific Issues

Symptom Information
When viewing a problem with the "images" display mode, equations are not displayed, are corrupted, or are otherwise incorrect. Troubleshooting Equation Images
When viewing a problem with the "images" display mode, users get an error message similar to "cd .../ImageGenerator.geAu1ff9 && /usr/bin/dvipng -bg Transparent -D120 equation > dvipng.out 2> dvipng.err returned non-zero status 256: Inappropriate ioctl for device". Troubleshooting Equation Images
When generating hardcopy with the "Show Correct Answers" option enabled, users get an error message similar to HASH(0x18fa4348) in the subroutine DateTime::TimeZone::new. Troubleshooting DateTime
When generating hardcopy containing images, users get an error message similar to "failed to convert file.gif to file.png using gif->png: Inappropriate ioctl for device". Troubleshooting Image Conversion
A PG header file which works when used as a set header file (online) does not display properly when used as a hardcopy header file (or vice versa). Troubleshooting Header Files

When I try to check out a module from the CVS repository, I get this error:

devel.webwork.rochester.edu: Operation timed out
cvs [checkout aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any)
Troubleshooting CVS
The PDF or TeX hardcopy for a problem set is not displaying properly. Troubleshooting Hardcopy
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