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I've installed biblatex via the command "sudo apt-get install biblatex". However I now get a partially generated pdf like this: instead of the desired output of:

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I've found TexMaker very easy and helpful with the pdf file it generated whenever you pressed the "Quick Build" button.

Sadly when I started writing slightly more complicated scripts (my current Tex document) that required biblatex for references whenever I clicked on the "Quick Build" button I get the following error:

Instead to build my pdf I need to type the following in the command line:

``````pdflatex test.tex
biber test
pdflatex test.tex
``````

A similar question was asked here but I really don't want to use a script each time I need to compile my Tex document.

My echo \$PATH is "/usr/local/texlive/2012/bin/x86_64-linux:/usr/lib/lightdm/lightdm:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games" and here is the current configuration of TexMaker

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What's the output of `tlmgr install biblatex` (or with `sudo` if `not enough permissions`)? –  T. Verron Mar 16 '13 at 19:18
Where and how was `biblatex` installed, and what permissions does it have? –  jon Mar 16 '13 at 21:01
@JohnCrawford `kpsewhich biblatex.sty` at terminal will confirm its path and presence. –  texenthusiast Mar 16 '13 at 21:45
@JohnCrawford Looking at the options you have, you'll need to choose either a pre-built script such as `latexmk`, a more flexible system such as `arara` or 'roll your own' if you want to have Biber run automatically by Texmaker. Perhaps pop over to chat as this might need quite a bit of discussion. –  Joseph Wright Mar 16 '13 at 22:13
So the solution was rather simple. Click on Options->Configure TexMaker. From there click on the "Tex Build" button. The go to the field "User" and enter the following: `pdflatex %.tex | biber % | pdflatex %.tex | evince %.pdf` This will then generate your pdf document from your Tex file and show the output to you