[OS X TeX] Installation of GUI Latin Modern fonts

Gerben Wierda Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Thu Mar 17 19:47:05 EST 2005

On Mar 17, 2005, at 20:06, Bruno Voisin wrote:

> I've been installing TeX earlier today on the brand new PowerBook of a 
> Linux -> Mac convert I just made. At the end of the process, after GS, 
> FontForge and all the recommended i-Packages on TeXShop's page, I 
> installed the TeX i-Package in Expert mode and TL2005 setup. At the 
> end of the install:
> - Though FontForge was there and was seen, no conversion of Latin 
> Modern fonts to GUI form took place. Here's the relevant subprocess 
> output:
>> ### tex.configure: Latin Modern fonts have been installed but not yet 
>> configured.
>> ### tex.configure: Preparing TeX for Latin Modern configuration...
>> ### tex.configure: Latin Modern fonts have been installed but not yet 
>> converted for GUI use.
>> ### tex.configure: FontForge found.
>> ### tex.configure: Setting ownership of TeX installation in 
>> /usr/local/teTeX to root ().
> - Command-line activation took place, as I did verify in 
> /etc/csh.login etc., though I don't remember having seen any dialog 
> informing me that this would take place (as with the GS i-Package, for 
> example).
> I remember the issue of Latin Modern font conversion has been brought 
> up already a couple of weeks ago, but I thought the issue had been 
> solved in the meantime. The PowerBook on which the install took place 
> was switched on for the first time about 8 hours ago.

The last version of FontForge I released seems not to present the 
output I need to confirm it is the right version.

I am investigating.


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