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I am on a mac and I believe I am using MacTeX. I am getting errors of the sort:

File `fullpage.sty' not found.

When I run locate fullpage.sty I get

/usr/local/texlive/2013/texmf-dist/tex/latex/preprint/fullpage.sty

But when I run kpsewhich fullpage.sty I get nothing. I have already tried sudo texhash and sudo mktexlsr to no avail. I think the problem may be that I have two conflicting TeX Live versions installed—I recently installed QuTIP and I think during the process a basic version was installed via macports—but of this I am not certain. I have no idea how to proceed.

I have two questions: How can I get LaTeX to find fullpage.sty? And, if someone can see the real cause of the above error or knows how to find it, how can I remedy the situation?

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There should be a pane in System Preferences to choose your active TeX Distribution. Please check its setting. –  Crissov Feb 13 at 13:36
    
Hi Crissov. Thank you for your reply. In the TeX Distribution pane only one option is shown: TeXLive-2013. Underneath it reads: “Full TeX Live 2013 Distribution.” This option has two suboptions ‘Intel 64’ or ‘Universal’. Unfortunately, selecting neither suboption solved my problem. Plowman. –  P. Plowman Feb 13 at 13:43
    
You can check what your system thinks it should search with kpsewhich --var-value TEXMFMAIN (works on Linux, at least). The command returns this line for me: /usr/local/texlive/2013/texmf-dist –  jon Feb 13 at 14:51
    
Hi jon. kpsewhich --var-value TEXMFMAIN returns /opt/local/share/texmf-texlive. It seems this is wrong? Should I get /usr/local/texlive/2013/texmf-dist? –  P. Plowman Feb 13 at 14:56
    
(If you use @<name> that person gets pinged.) Sounds odd given where your fullpage.sty file is. Have you set your paths correctly? If I issue echo $PATH, one of the items returned is an item that corresponds to the output of which kpsewhich. (Note: I'm only operating on the assumption that Macs mimic *nix setups on this sort of stuff; seems like it does, but someone else should know better the degree of overlap.) –  jon Feb 13 at 18:08

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