[XeTeX] psfonts.map not found
s-amano at jaist.ac.jp
Thu Jan 19 02:33:08 CET 2006
I am still wondering why xdv2pdf cannot find psfonts.map.
I am afraid that it relates to exactly where the files are put.
My home texmf is ~/temxf and xelatex etc. are in ~/bin.
The texmf is /usr/local/teTeX/bin (I change the path from when I posted
the original problem; and the other old installation is in
/usr/local/share/texmf/, should this be problematic?).
Another question as to the instruction for fink tetex. In the almost
last step, it says,
$ cd src/XeTeX/share/texmf.local/
$ ln -s /sw/var/lib/texmf/fonts/map/dvips .
But why not "cd src/XeTeX/share/texmf.local/fonts/map"? Running updmap
warns obsolete places of map files.
I hope I could use xetex at least in some future release and thanks for
a great software (since I don't like computer modern).
Jonathan Kew wrote:
> On 16 Jan 2006, at 11:37 am, Shunichi AMANO wrote:
>> I manually installed (following the instruction for fink tetex) XeTeX
>> 0.99b. When I compile simple example, I got the error
>> *** fontmap psfonts.map not found; texmf.cnf may be broken
>> "kpswhich -progname=xdv2pdf psfonts.map" says it finds the map file.
>> Could anyone help?
>> I attached the error message by xdv2pdf.
>> The part using mac os system font compiles well.
>> Shunichi Amano
> Where does kpsewhich report that psfonts.map is really located?
> According to the output you showed, xdv2pdf is looking in the
> following places, and their subdirectories:
> (where the "!!" prefix indicates that it won't really search the
> disk, it will rely on the ls-R file). These don't look like Fink
> paths, they look like typical TeX Live paths; with Fink, I'd expect
> paths beginning /sw/...
> So this makes me wonder if xdv2pdf is not finding your Fink teTeX
> copy of texmf.cnf, but perhaps a different version of the file.
> Either you need to adjust the paths in the .cnf file xdv2pdf uses, or
> you need a copy (or symlink) to psfonts.map in one of the places
> where it is already searching.
> (I'm afraid I don't use Fink's TeX, so I'm not sure of the precise
> details of how it is set up. The best answer would be for someone who
> understands Fink to provide an actual package, but I'm not in a
> position to do that for now.)
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