Guide to get tex-stuff working in Suse 9.2

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg56241] Guide to get tex-stuff working in Suse 9.2*From*: Detlef Müller at smc.vnet.net*Date*: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 05:30:20 -0400 (EDT)*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hello, I hope someone here has some hint for me. I have written a bigger Mathematica-Module with Mathematica 4.1 . Now the code shall appear as Appendix in a latex document, using tetex under Suse Linux 9.2. For first, I would be content, do save it as tex document, process Latex and pdflatex on the resulting File and get dvips, xdvi, acroread working with the results. (next step would be coexistence of different styles and own defs with the notebook2e.sty etc. to build the Book with Mathematica-generated Texsequences in it) I would like to find just a cooking reciept, what files to get and where to copy them such that everything works. But I didn't find these informations. Is there any "howto" for this - refering to tetex-2.0 (and Suse 9.2, acroread 7, X11R6) Here, what I did so far: I copied the Directory /usr/local/mathematica/SystemFiles/IncludeFiles/TeX/texmf somewhere, where tetex finds it (in my case $HOME/texmf), als described for tetex1 in the technical support FAQ of Wolfram Research. Unfortunately in tetex2 some files/locations/configs seem to be different, so some of the hints were not aplicable. Now latex gererates a dvifile, then xdvi launches kpathsea-messages like "kpathsea: Running mktexpk --mfmode ljfour --bdpi 600 --mag 0+480/600 --dpi 480 Math1Mono-Bold mktexpk: don't know how to create bitmap font for Math1Mono-Bold. " and, viewing the result, it seems, that there is no pagebreak inside a cell. pdflatex warns: "Warning: pdflatex (file Math1Mono-Bold): Font Math1Mono-Bold at 480 not found" viewing the result with acroread (7) pops up Messages: "Could not find a font in the resources dictionary - using Helvetica instead." "Could not find or create font 'Helvetica'. Some characters may not display or print correctly" (indeed this happens). Greetings, Detlef