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If your program takes an excessively long time to find fonts or other input files, but does eventually succeed, here are some possible culprits:
ls-R). Kpathsea always uses `ls-R' if it's present; there's no need to recompile or reconfigure any of the programs.
It is best to have only directories (and perhaps a `README') in the upper levels of the directory structure, and it's very important to have only files, and no subdirectories, in the leaf directories where the dozens of TFM, PK, or whatever files reside.
In any case, you may find the debugging options helpful in determining precisely when the disk or network is being pounded. See section 2.6.3 Debugging.
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