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Bug#557091: texlive-binaries: fmtutil-sys failed during upgrade from texlive 2007

Only a short remark,...

On Do, 19 Nov 2009, Frank Küster wrote:
> mf		mf-nowin	-		-translate-file=cp227.tcx mf.ini
> etex            pdftex         language.def    -translate-file=cp227.tcx *etex.ini

all these lines are from 2007!!!! The new .cnf files have only one space
between the fields, like the one Jean-Paul sent:
# 10texlive-base.cnf
# You can change/add entries to this file and changes will be preserved
# over upgrades, even if you have removed the main package prior
# (not if you purged it). You should leave the following pseudo comment
# present in the file!
# -_- DebPkgProvidedMaps -_-
etex pdftex language.def -translate-file=cp227.tcx *etex.ini
pdfetex pdftex language.def -translate-file=cp227.tcx *pdfetex.ini
luatex luatex language.def luatex.ini
dviluatex luatex language.def dviluatex.ini
pdftex pdftex language.def -translate-file=cp227.tcx *pdfetex.ini
mf mf-nowin - -translate-file=cp227.tcx mf.ini
tex tex - tex.ini

So me wonders why they have been included in the fmtutil.cnf file.

*MAYBE* Marcin is having a stray .cnf file?

	v=`kpsewhich -var-value TEXMFSYSVAR`
	c=`kpsewhich -var-value TEXMFSYSCONFIG`
	kpsewhich fmtutil.cnf
what output do you get?

Best wishes


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