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comp.windows.x Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 5/7
Section - 108) Where can I get an X-based TeX or DVI previewer?

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	The xtex previewer for TeX files is available from a number of archive 
sites, including uunet; the current version is usually on ftp.cs.colorado.edu
(128.138.204.31) in SeeTeX-2.18.5.tar.Z; pre-converted fonts are also on that 
machine. The distribution all includes "mftobdf" which converts PK, GF, and PXL
fonts to BDF format, where they can then be compiled for use by your local X
server. 
	The xdvi dvi-previewer is fairly comprehensive and easy to use. It is 
also available from a number of sites, including uunet and ftp.x.org; current 
version is patchlevel 16 [12/92].

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Previous Document: 107) Where can I get an X-based PEX package?
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