[OS X TeX] Installing MusiXTeX

Mark Guzdial guzdial at cc.gatech.edu
Mon Aug 19 19:19:06 CEST 2002

On Monday, August 19, 2002, at 09:43  AM, Gerben Wierda wrote:

> As I recall, your TeX was unable to find a .sty file when running 
> LATeX. If you create the directory  ~/Library/texmf/tex and put the 
> .sty file there (or in any subfolder) it should be found.
> You wrote
>> I'd put musixtex.sty in ~/Library/texmf
> which both the README and the web site make clear: you need at least to 
> have one subdirectory below that level, so ~/Library/texmf/tex for .sty 
> files and ~/Library/texmf/fonts. If that is not clear from README and 
> web site, I need to change the wording.

I'm sorry -- I should have been clearer.  I did try making it a level 
lower than texmf.  So, I created ~/Library/texmf/musixtex and put the 
.sty files there, but they weren't found.  It sounds like I should have 
made ~/Library/texmf/tex/musixtex.  (I did sudo texhash after each 
rearrangement.)  I did also try the fonts in ~/Library/texmf/fonts/ but 
I probably didn't do all the intermediate type1 and source 
subdirectories right.  I tried the dvips musix.map in 
~/Library/texmf/dvips, but perhaps I needed more layers there, too.

Thanks for the explanation!


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