1) Copy the desired .sty files to your favoriate LaTeX library (e.g.,
txt.sty - Generates fixed-width font output from LaTeX input.
Does flush-right output if doc.tfm is installed.
txt-old.sty - Older version of txt.sty that generates ragged-right
output, but does not require doc.tfm
txt.tex - "Documentation" for the above.
rfc.sty - .sty for Internet RFCs.
i-d.sty - .sty for Internet Drafts.
rfc.tex - "Documentation" for the above.
2) Copy the doc.tfm file to your favorite LaTeX font directory (e.g.,
3) Make and install the new version of dvi2tty:
cp dvi2tty <your favorite binary directory>
Download the complete
contents of this directory in one zip archive
txt – Output documents via terminals, line printers, etc
The package provides the means to prepare a DVI file for
approximately laid-out monospace font text output. This output
could then be converted to text using (for example)
dvi2tty and then submitted to a line
The package is incomplete (it relies on a font
‘doc’ which it refers to as a
‘pseudo-font’ but nowhere explains where it comes
from). Furthermore, it was written for obsolete La
(though it runs, modulo the absence of the font) under current La