for any OS
Russify TeX and LaTeX
As of December 1998, official Latex fully supports Cyrillic.
Recent tetex incorporates this support.
The official updated information about TeX/LaTeX russification
can be obtained at
Cyrillic TeX User Group.
The fonts that we have here may be somewhat outdated.
Cyrillic fonts in ALT and KOI8-R encodings, cyrillic styles for LaTeX.
Using these files, you can make your LaTeX accept
8-bit cyrillic/latin input in ALT (alternative) encoding.
Directory has several distributions:
Cyrillic fonts in ALT encoding.
Both MetaFont sources and fontlib files
(font bodies used by dvidrv) are supplied.
See fonts/readme and fonts/install for details.
Files necessary to russify LaTeX2e.
Since LaTeX 2.09 is now considered obsolete, and LaTeX2e accepts
2.09 input, it is recommended to switch to 2e.
See latex2e/readme for details.
(3) Original cmcyr fonts distribution by Samarin and Glonti, encoded in KOI8-R.
I never tried to install these fonts.
AMS TeX cyrillic
is a set of style files used by TeX to produce cyrillic letters.
AMS cyrillic *.tfm and *.pk font files are also included in case
you do not have them.
I do *not* recommend to use AMS cyrillic, because it does not accept
true cyrillic 8-bit input. Instead use cmcyralt package.