Ubuntu includes graphical clients you can use to view many different types of documents. For example, to display PostScript documents (including compressed PostScript documents) or PostScript images, use the gv client. To display Portable Document Format (PDF) documents, you can use gv or the xpdf client.

The gs command outputs many lines of help text on command-line usage and then lists built-in printer and graphics devices. Another way to get this information is to start gs and then use the devicenames == command like this:

GNU Ghostscript 7.05 (2002-04-22)

Copyright (C) 2002 artofcode LLC, Benicia, CA. All rights reserved. This software comes with NO WARRANTY: see the file PUBLIC for details. [/declj250 /mgr8 /lj4dithp /cdj890 /dfaxlow /lex2050\ /bjccmyk /bmpmono /iwlq /appledmp /bmp16m /hpdj690c\ /tifflzw /hpdj500 /psrgb /fmpr /pksm /epl5800 /pcx2up\ /deskjet /mgrgray2 /lj5gray /cdj970 /epswrite /lex3200\

/bjccolor /bmpsepl /jetp3852 /atx23 /bmp256 /hpdj850c /tiffpack /hpdj500c /pswrite /fs /pksmraw /epl5900 /pcxcmyk /dj505j /mgrgray4 /lj5mono\

Not all the devices are listed in this example.

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