[OS X TeX] Latin Modern fonts broken in the latest gwTeX i-Package
pastor at fusl.ac.be
Sat Jan 27 10:03:02 CET 2007
Le 26-janv.-07 à 22:38, Roussanka Loukanova a écrit :
> On Thu, 25 Jan 2007, Gerben Wierda wrote:
>>>>> If I pdflatex the minimal example I am told that lmmi10 and
>>>>> lmex10 are missing. Locate in terminal tells the .pfb's are
>>>>> present so there has to be a reason why they are not being used.
>>>> Thus, running:
>>>> sudo -H updmap-sys --enable Map lm-math.map
>>>> should solve your problem.
>> I have updated the i-Package and it now enables lm.map and lm-
>> math.map and disables all the other LM maps. This works.
> It did not work straightforwardly for me. I've upgraded to the
> latest gwTeX, and run "sudo texhash" command. But the same problems
> persisted, i.e., I got warnings for lmmi10 and lmex10 fonts not
> found. The font warnings disappeared, and the math symbols
> recovered, after running the above command, i.e.,
> sudo -H updmap-sys --enable Map lm-math.map
> Are there some similar commands, or any other steps, that we should
> do after updates of gwTeX, or TeXLive-2007?
> I was somehow left with the impression that updating to a newer
> version of gwTeX (or TeXLive-2007) would do all needed
> configurations. If so, then what went wrong with the update of
> gwTeX on my machine?
In my case, it works fine now. Are you sure to have installed the
most recent version of gwTeX? (Don't forget to click the "Update self
to remote" button if the remote i-package is newer than the "self" i-
package", before the installation). By the way, normally you should
not have to run "sudo texhash" after the installation of gwTeX.
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