If you don't have enough space to install the DC Fonts you could try to use Wayne Sullivan's virtual DM-fonts together with my LaTeX macros. You do need LaTeX2e to use these macros. All you need can be found in this directory and its subdirectories. Warning: This is essentially unsupported software, and it comes without any kind of warranty. Volker.Kunert@na-net.ornl.gov March, 13 1995
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dmfonts – Virtual fonts to provide T1 encoding
A set of virtual fonts to provide a simulacrum of the DC (i.e., prototype Computer Modern T1-encoded) fonts, from previously existing resources such as Knuth's Computer Modern.
The similar AE set, based on the final version of T1-fonts specification, is recommended in place of this obsolete package.