[tex-live] updmap-sys problem

Wen-Fong Ke wfke at mail.ncku.edu.tw
Mon Jun 6 18:06:17 CEST 2011


I have just installed 2011 pretest under f:\texlive.  In the same directory
are 2010 and texmf-local.  I can switch between 2011 and 2010 by setting the
system search path.

Now, in 2010, updmap-sys successfully locates the map files in the
texmf-local directory, but 2011 creates the following "map files not found"
error and stops.  This situation happens on two computers.

Note that kpsewhich can find the claimed missing map files.
I cannot figure out what is wrong here.

Thanks for the efforts bringing a great system to the world!

Wen-Fong Ke

F:\texlive>cmd /c tlmgr generate updmap --localcfg
To make the newly-generated updmap.cfg take effect, run updmap-sys.

F:\texlive>cmd /c updmap-sys
Config file: "F:/texlive/2011/texmf-config/web2c/updmap.cfg"
dvips output dir: "F:/texlive/2011/texmf-var/fonts/map/dvips/updmap"
pdftex output dir: "F:/texlive/2011/texmf-var/fonts/map/pdftex/updmap"

updmap is creating new map files using the following configuration:
 LW35 font names                  : URWkb
 prefer outlines                  : true
 texhash enabled                  : true
 download standard fonts (dvips)  : false
 download standard fonts (pdftex) : true

Scanning for LW35 support files  [  3 files]
Scanning for MixedMap entries    [ 44 files]
Scanning for Map entries         [170 files]

ERROR:  The following map file(s) couldn't be found:
       cwfsu.map        cwhbu.map       cwku.map   cwmu.map   cwtex.map
cwtex1.map       cwtex2.map   cwyu.map   lucidabr.map

       Did you run mktexlsr?

       You can delete non-existent map entries using the command

         updmap-sys --syncwithtrees

F:\texlive\2011\bin\win32\runscript.tlu:575: command failed with exit code
perl.exe f:/texlive/2011/texmf/scripts/tetex/updmap.pl

F:\texlive>kpsewhich cwtex2.map
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