p +/usr/share/texmf/fonts/map/dvips/tetex/mt-plus.mapwhich points to a new map file with the map file for teh y+y fonts in it. Now it seems that psfonts.map is no longer included, and the program
updmapis no longer included.
RMTMI RMTMI <RMTMI.pfb MTSYN MTSYN <MTSYN.pfb RMTMIB RMTMIB <RMTMIB.pfb MTEX MTEX <MTEX.pfb MTMS MTMS <MTMS.pfb MTSYB MTSYB <MTSYB.pfbUsually this is enough to fix things. The times fonts seem to come with RedHat linux nowadays.
$ kpsexpand \$TEXMFLOCAL[Note that the commandline prompt '$' is used for ordinary users. '#' is used for root. On some sytems you will have to use 'sudo' to obtain root privileges.]
In the following, TEXMFLOCAL will be used for this location. Installation of the files
Unpack the ZIP file into a temporary directory. Among other things, you will get a directory called 'texmf' with subdirectories 'doc', 'dvips', 'fonts', 'source', 'tex', and 'tpm'. Copy these subdirectories excluding 'dvips' to TEXMFLOCAL. Afterwards, refresh the file-name database with the command
# updmap-sys --enable Map mtpro2.map[Note that on TeX Live on Windows you might have to use
# updmap-sys --enable Map=mtpro2.mapinstead.] If you had copied the 'dvips' subdirectory, too, calling updmap-sys would have produced a warning
!!! WARNING: Identical copy of used file for `mtpro2.map' exists in obsolete location TEXMFLOCAL/dvips/mtpro2/mtpro2.map Please, consider removing this file.This warning is harmless, but it is still better to remove the map file from this obsolete location. Now, the MTPro II fonts should be ready to use. If there are errors, please check with kpsewhich that files like 'mtpro2.sty', 'mtp2.tex', 'mt2mit.tfm', and 'mt2bmit.pfb' are found by TeX, dvips, .... Also make sure that the mapfile used ('kpsewhich psfonts.map', 'kpsewhich pdftex.map', ...) contain the relevant entries. For example:
$ grep mt2bmit $(kpsewhich pdftex.map) mt2bmit MT2BMIT
[Thanks to Ralf Stubner]
Keywords: fonts, install, mtpro2