[tex-live] problem with fonts -- how do i debug this?
jim.young at ucalgary.ca
Wed Jun 10 07:00:30 CEST 2009
Thank you to everyone who helped with this problem, I found the solution.
I have to apologise, the fault was in an incorrect installation. I installed
a set of encoding files that did not match the version of the fonts I
installed. once i cleared the install and tried again with the correct
version, everything worked /very/ smoothly.
Thanks again for the help debugging!
2009/6/9 Jim Young <jim.young at ucalgary.ca>
> Hello Akira, 助けてくれてありがとう。「きんだい」ってどこですか？
> I tried your commands, and you are right -- the pdftex.map file does not
> contain the entries for MinionPro-It-Base. Since the other minionpro
> variants have a very larege number of entries each, I will first try to dig
> and see why those font entries are not generated.
> Ill report back here what I find in case its useful to others.
> Thanks again!
> 2009/6/9 Akira Kakuto <kakuto at fuk.kindai.ac.jp>
> > !pdfTeX error: pdflatex.exe (file MinionPro-It-Base-ab): Font
>> > MinionPro-It-Base-ab at 545 not found
>> > ==> Fatal error occured, no output PDF file produced!
>> > kpathsea: Running mktexpk --mfmode / --bdpi 600 --mag 0+545/600 --dpi
>> > MinionPro-It-Base-ab
>> > kpathsea: Appending font creating commands to missfont.log.
>> (1) Try to find which map file is used by
>> kpsewhich -format=.map pdftex.map
>> (2) See the found map file whether the file contains
>> the necessary line or not
>> MinionPro-It-Base-ab ... ... <MinionPro-It-Base-ab.pfb
>> If updmap-sys fails to add the necessary line due to some
>> reason, you can add it manually by copying from a map file
>> in the package.
> James Young, B.Sc.
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Interactions laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University of
> 2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2N 1N4
> Phone: +1.403.210.9502
> E-mail: jim.young at ucalgary.ca
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James Young, B.Sc.
Interactions laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University of
2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2N 1N4
E-mail: jim.young at ucalgary.ca
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