[CM] How to use cyrillic symbols in CMN?

Bill Schottstaedt bil@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Fri, 22 Nov 2002 03:45:09 -0800

To follow up the previous note, In Redhat 8.0 (linux),
the ghostscript font list can be found in Fontmap.GS -- in my
case the full pathname is /usr/share/ghostscript/7.05/lib/Fontmap.GS.
In that file, under Cyrillic is:

% Cyrillic fonts.  The character names are inappropriate,
% and the encoding is probably not related to any known standard.

/Shareware-Cyrillic-Regular	(fcyr.gsf)	;
/Shareware-Cyrillic-Italic	(fcyri.gsf)	;

% Aliases
/Cyrillic			/Cyrillic-Regular	;
/Cyrillic-Regular		/Shareware-Cyrillic-Regular	;
/Cyrillic-Italic		/Shareware-Cyrillic-Italic	;

and the ghostscript documentation mentions: