CM-Super warnings from updmap. Was: [OS X TeX] New Installer

Gerben Wierda Sherlock at
Wed Nov 6 12:02:03 EST 2002

On Wednesday, Nov 6, 2002, at 14:07 Europe/Amsterdam, Adrian Heathcote 

> Thanks Gerben
> I ran updmap on some other fonts and it has worked fine but the 
> following also came up in the terminal log:
> Scanning for MixedMap entries:
> using map file 
> `/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/dvips/bluesky/'
> using map file `/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/dvips/bluesky/'
> updmap: map file `' not found.
> updmap: map file `' not found.
> updmap: map file `' not found.
> updmap: map file `' not found.
> updmap: map file `' not found.
> updmap: map file `' not found.
> using map file `/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/dvips/misc/'
> using map file `/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/dvips/tetex/'
> using map file `/usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/dvips/pl/'
> Do these not `not found' maps constitute a problem. I can't see 
> whether the cm-super fonts work because I'm not sure how to call them. 
> So is there a configuration problem?

These messages are pretty harmless. The maps are turned on in the 
updmap configuration file but they are ignored when unavailable and you 
get this warning.

If you install the CM-Super i-package the maps (and type1 fonts) become 
available. You can turn them on or off at will using the configuration 
stage of the i-package.

If you know how to handle this (copy and paste it on the command line 
into uudecode): here is a file that shows what cm-super does. I attach 
it like tihs, because real attachments are probably forbidden on the 

begin 644 test.tex
M14, at 9F]N=',@"EQU<V5P86-K86=E6VUA8UU[:6YP=71E;F-]"EQU<V5P86-K
M82!BGF-H92`@8G*>;&4 at 9&%N<R!L)XET<F4 at 7%P*7&5N9'MC96YT97)]"@I4
M=6-H92`@8G)<7G5L92!D86YS(&PG7%YA=')E+ at H*7&5N9'MD;V-U;65N='T*


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