Installing the Type 1 versions of the CM fonts

This is a specialised case of installing a font, but it is almost never necessary — it's inconceivable that any (even remotely) recent system will not have the fonts already installed. You can confirm this (near-inevitable) fact by trying the fonts. On a system that uses dvips (almost all do), try the sequence:

latex sample2e
dvips -o sample2e

at a “command prompt” (shell in a Unix-style system, “DOS box” in a Windows system).

If the command works at all, the console output of the command will include a sequence of Type(nbsp)1 font file names, listed as <path/cmr10.pfb> and so on; this is dvips telling you it's copying information from the Type(nbsp)1 font, and you need do no more.

If the test has failed, you need to install your own set of the fonts; the distribution (including all the fonts the AMS designed and produced themselves) is now described as amsfonts. The bundle contains metric and map files — all you need to install the fonts.

Source: Installing the Type 1 versions of the CM fonts

5_fichiers/fontes/installer_la_version_t1_de_computer_modern.txt · Dernière modification: 2021/02/28 20:32 de jejust
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