# [tex-live] cm fonts are a bit messed up

Norbert Preining preining at logic.at
Wed Jul 13 17:11:07 CEST 2005

Hi Karl, hi all!

I am back from several conferences and have built in a new hard disk
into my laptop were I am working on, so now I can do some things again.

On Mon, 20 Jun 2005, Karl Berry wrote:
>     After the reshuffling it seems that some fonts are a bit messed up:
>
>     pdflatex cannot find som efonts:
>     Warning: pdflatex (file sfrm0800.pfb): cannot open Type 1 font file for
>
> I don't believe this is related to the ams/etc. reshuffling, but rather
> to my removing all of cm-super except the 10pt sizes.  I did this so
> that the inst version could even come close to fitting on a CD.
>
> Vladimir told me that with \usepackage{type1ec}, the 10pt fonts should
> get scaled for all sizes and it should work out.  If you want the full
> set of fonts, you'll have to get them from CTAN (or use Latin Modern,
> maybe?).  Sorry.
>
> I seem to remember removing all the non-10pt map file entries, but I see
> that cm-super-*.map still have everything.  I'll look into that.

Ok, I have done the following:

\documentclass[11pt]{article}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage{type1ec}
\begin{document}
\texttt{preining at logic.at}
\end{document}

and then pdflatex bla.tex and I get:

...
) </usr/TeX/texmf-var/fonts/pk/ljfour/jknappen/ec/ecrm1095.600pk
> </usr/TeX/texmf-var/fonts/pk/ljfour/jknappen/ec/ectt1095.600pk>
...

So the same problem is still going on, but a bit different.
I guess there should be some pfb fonts for this, or not?

Best wishes

Norbert

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