There is a utility in /usr/local/bin that will convert such eps files for you (i.e., substitute all CRs with LFs). Say the file you get from Dave is called: picture.eps, then you can converts it as:
daveps2eps picture.eps > mypicture.epsThe "mypicture.eps" file will have the right format for the sun to handle.
The utility also tries to break bitmaps so that psfig in latex doesn't get overloaded. The utility is less reliable when the file contains bitmaps...
Acconding to Teng-Lek:
Dave and I finally found a way of converting .eps files which ghostview and latex can process! The procedure: Dave (a) translates .eps file using Superpaint (without using a driver) (b) transfers it in binary mode to the SUN (c) The file should be processed with cr2lf (from Ken) to replace ^M with LF. TL's "daveps2eps" does not work.