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I found a similar answer but regarding a different distro and the solution did not work for me, so:

  • on an Ubuntu 13.04
  • I made yesterday (to say that it's clean & brand new) a complete network installation of texlive
  • afterwards I installed texstudio
  • I tried to compile a tex file using a cls that used environ.sty

-!- texstudio complain about not finding file environ.sty


  • if I try from a command line everything works fine
  • tlmgr -check all seems ok
  • tlmgr -files gives package environ as installed
  • kpsewhich environ.sty outputs /usr/local/texlive/2013/texmf-dist/tex/latex/environ/environ.sty

I am trying to convince a bunch of people around me to get rid of M$ stuff but I'm quite a newbie too in the world of the penguin, so please help me :)

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Johannes_B, Christian Hupfer, Papiro, Mico, Svend Tveskæg Mar 6 '15 at 20:31

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Did you install another version TeX Live from Ubuntu software source? If two versions of TeX distribution are on the same computer, check which wersion is used by TeXstudio. – Ch'en Meng Oct 24 '13 at 9:01
Ensure the paths in TeXStudio don't point to /usr/bin/pdflatex or similar, but to /usr/local/texlive/2013/bin/<arch>/pdflatex (where <arch> is the conventional name for the machine you're using). – egreg Oct 24 '13 at 10:00
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If you do this again on a fresh Ubuntu install, you might be interested in install-tl-ubuntu, which automates everything and makes it so Ubuntu doesn't install other texlive packages after installing TeX Live 2013 manually. – scottkosty Oct 24 '13 at 22:38
Are there any news here? How did you resolve the issue? – Johannes_B Mar 5 '15 at 18:06