!Converted with LaTeX2HTML 95 (Thu Jan 19 1995) by Nikos Drakos (email@example.com), CBLU, University of Leeds >
As LaTeX works on so many machines, I can't really give you
detailed informations. So I assume you know a little about it. You
should copy the files
OT1diacr.fd where they
belong. You might need to rename
 T1diacr.fd. If you are using a Unix system, these files should be on your
TEXINPUTS path. The directory where your own LaTeX
sources are should do in most cases, anyway.
Then, put your fonts where they can be used. On Unix systems, you will
need to put the
.tfm files in one of the directories listed in
TEXFONTS environment variable, and the
pk files in
one of the directories listed in you
PKFONTS environment variable. Or
TEXPKS. Or something else. It depends on your printing program.
If you need another base resolution than 300dpi, you should get the metafont sources (HieroFonts) of the fonts and then make a 1.2, 1, , magnificated version of each hieroglyphic font (A-Z and Aa.mf); you should also build the diacritic fonts diacr7,8,9,10 and 12, and a magstep 0 version of the Egyp font (parts of cartouche and others). To do this you need to have the metafont program installed. Actually, if you have the GNU font utilities, I distribute all files needed to redraw the fonts.
Then you should go to the SeshNesout directory and build the sesh program (read the README file). It is a text to latex converter, with a `` manuel de codage''-like syntax.