[OS X TeX] [pdftk] MacOS Roman -> Western ISO Latin 9

David Watson dewatson at me.com
Sun Jan 4 14:51:04 EST 2009

On Jan 4, 2009, at 1:44 PM, cfrees at imapmail.org wrote:
> Unless things have changed fairly drastically (which I don't rule  
> out),
> the @s indicate symbolic links - not extended attributes which would  
> be
> indicated with + signs instead. At least, that is how things look in
> Tiger (with ACLs enabled, obviously).

In Leopard, the @s right after the file permissions indicate extended  
attributes. If one does `ls -F *` you will indeed see @s for symbolic  
links, but it will be directly after the name of the file. Either way:

> ls -l will show the target for the links. Check if those are
> executable. If so, try using the engine directly rather than the link
> to it.

So, indeed, if it is a symbolic link, this advice seems reasonable.

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