# What font packages are installed in TeX live?

What font packages are installed in a full installation of TeX live? Which are obsolete? Example: \usepackage{mathpazo} brings Palatino as the roman font. The times package seems to be obsolete (as noted in l2tabuen). I only ask for "easy to use" packages to be used with \usepackage{...}.

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## Fonts accessible with a simple \usepackage{〈font〉} call:

(*) means that the package makes this font the default text font.

## Fonts not accessible with a simple \usepackage{〈font〉} call:

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I don't have the time to do right now, but this might be more clearly arranged as a <pre>-table? One column each for serif, sans-serif, typewriter, math, and what the font is a clone of. –  doncherry Jun 11 '12 at 8:49
It should be mentioned that for instance newtx is not yet available for regular users of TeXLive. Either you run a development snapshot, or you wait for TeXLive 2012 (shouldn't be far out). –  mSSM Jun 19 '12 at 9:16
How can gentium be used as default font with pdflatex from texlive 2012? Somehow gentium is included in texlive but cannot be accessed with \usepackage{gentium}. Thx. –  user17619 Aug 15 '12 at 13:18
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