[OS X TeX] Where did Minion go?
bvoisin at mac.com
Sat Dec 17 12:24:57 EST 2005
Le 17 déc. 05 à 15:41, Peder Axensten a écrit :
> I just updated to Gerben's latest, last time was a year ago.
> Almost every time I do this I run into problems with "my own"
> fonts, mainly Adobe Minion and Garamond.
> I'd really like to sort this problem out once and for all, I though
> I did it after the last update, but...
> I don't really know much about LaTeX and fonts and I'd really
> appreciate some help.
> There is an extra thing with my setup. I need extra LaTeX things
> for all users of my machine so I've set up an extra folder
> parallell to texmf.gwtex, texmf.local, texmf.tetex etc. and after
> each update I have to add it to the paths in texmf.cnf.
Why aren't you using texmf.local? It's precisely here to put extra
TeX-related things for all users of your machine. If you were using
it, then running updmap-sys and texhash after the update would be
sufficient. (And any reinstall of the TeX i-package doesn't erase
anything you might have added inside texmf.local.)
Beware: in case you've been using updmap (as opposed with updmap-sys)
with recent versions of Gerben's distro, it is likely to have
erroneously created files inside ~/Library/texmf/, and this files
will create problems for you. Namely, erase, if they exist:
~/Library/texmf/web2c/ (the whole directory)
~/Library/texmf/fonts/map/ (the whole directory)
(unless you have put files there yourself), then re-run the Configure
stage of the TeX i-Package.
And in any case, if you need to run updmap, run it in the form "sudo -
H updmap" to obtain what "sudo updmap" was previously doing in former
versions of gwTeX (Gerben isn't the culprit, it's a breaking of
compatibility introduced in recent versions of teTeX, upon which
Gerben is relying).
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