I've created a sort of a template for a Ph.D. thesis at my faculty (a document class, a main thesis.tex file and some dummy content). The faculty's Linux server doesn't have a full TeX distro (e.g. no etoolbox) so I can't test it there. My template compiles nicely with MiKTeX 2.9 and culmus (necessary for the Hebrew).
I've read the answers here about online LaTeX compilation. I've tried a couple of these out, some with no positive results, some with partially positive results. ScribTeX was the closest I got, and it still gave out a lot of warnings and errors.
I'm pretty sure I'm not using any strange MiKTeX quirks or anything - although I am using some known workarounds for issues relating to Hebrew (search the tag and you'll see some).
Anyway, where could I test my template other than installing Linux+TeXLive on a computer of my own?
For anyone interested: The template zip file.
- It's useful if I can tell people "you can test/compile at place XXX" rather than just "I've tested it."
- If there's a place with shell access which allows this, that would be great, although I guess this is unlikely to be available.