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Re: [vox-tech] ..'xxx is not an ELF file' errors

På 2005-05-24, skrev Micah J. Cowan:
> How are you generating the PDF? There are a number of known problems
> with MetaFonts that become converted to high-resolution bitmapped
> Type 3 fonts. I usually use pdftex/pdflatex, which does a tremendous
> job. If you are generating DVIs first and then converting to PDF, there
> may be a bit more work. In any case, you must have the Type 1 versions of
> the standard MetaFont fonts. Google for more info.
> Alternatively, you could \usepackage{times} or \usepackage{psfonts},
> which uses the standard PostScript fonts instead of Computer Modern et
> al.

You can also use 'pslatex' in place of 'latex' to typeset your documents,
which has the same effect as the times package.

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