[OS X TeX] Lucida again
gratzer at me.com
Wed Feb 11 18:44:09 CET 2009
On 11-Feb-09, at 10:59 AM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
> On Feb 11, 2009, at 9:51 AM, George Gratzer wrote:
>> I had to reinstall the system, so of course, MacTeX was wiped out,
>> along with texmf-local, which contained my Lucida installation with
>> a special container for the sweat it required.
>> I have a clone of my system that has the texmf-local with Lucida. I
>> copied it over, ran the two Terminal commands, but I still get the
>> No file LMRhlcm.fd.
>> ! LaTeX Error: This NFSS system isn't set up properly.
>> What am I missing?
>> P.S. Is there any place we could put Lucida so it does not get
>> wiped out? G.
> Did you run
> sudo mktexlsr
> after putting texmf-local back?
> What is going on that you keep on having to re-install your system?
I do not know. It was so corrupted that it could not sync with Apple
TV, gave a blocked port 3689 message. Apple technical support
escalated it all the way to Cupertino, and they advised me that this
is a hardware error, should take the computer in for servicing.
> You really need to get an external HD and use it to make a bootable
> clone of your internal HD using something like SuperDuper!
> (wonderful program). Once you have a bootable clone (which you
> update every once in a while --- while the initial copy takes quite
> a while the update doesn't take very long) you can boot from it
> (hold the Opt key when you boot until you see a list of bootable
> HDs), format the internal HD and the run SuperDuper! back the other
Actually I have a clone with SuperDuper! -- I agree that it is a
wonderful program. Except that if I copy it back I loose all the
changes, such as mail!
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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