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How to install upgreek.sty using macports? Which of texlife-* packages should I install for it?

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Do you use MacTeX as your TeX distribution? If so, use the "TeX Live Utility" program -- which should have been installed at the time you downloaded and installed the MacTeX distribution -- to add packages. –  Mico Feb 7 at 23:49
    
I use texlive medium distribution. –  egor7 Feb 7 at 23:51
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This question would be better asked on a macports forum, I think. Not that it is off topic, here. Just it is more likely to get answered there. Different distributions package things differently and this is essentially a packaging issue. If you were using MacTeX, it would be different. (I recommend uninstalling the macports version and installing MacTeX but that's obviously your prerogative.) –  cfr Feb 7 at 23:56
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If you have the TeXLive Package Manager, upgreekis part of the wasbundle. I suppose you have to install the whole bundle. –  Bernard Feb 7 at 23:58
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I guess texlive-latexextra, as the was bundle belongs to collection-latexextra in TeX Live. I removed MacPorts from my machines long ago. –  egreg Feb 8 at 0:05

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This worked for me:

sudo port install texlive-latex-extra

followed by, for safe measure

sudo texhash
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Well, this is rather a comment than an answer –  Christian Hupfer Jul 17 at 22:15
    
@ChristianHupfer Well, it is the answer (see comments to the question). –  egreg Jul 17 at 22:20
    
I'd also like to point out this list: trac.macports.org/wiki/TeXLivePackages which shows where the bundle was lives –  Andy Barbour Jul 17 at 22:26

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