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I am trying to compile a document in TexMaker with the following document class

\documentclass[aps,prl,showpacs,twocolumn]{revtex4-1}

I am using bibtex to display my bibliography. I have created a file 'ferroelectrics.bib' and use the following command at the end of my document

\bibliography{ferroelectrics}

When I try to compile this document using latex -> bibtex, the process exits with errors and the following error is reported in the .blg file that is generated:

I couldn't open style file apsrev4-1.bst

What's weird about this error is that when I compile using only the command line, I get no such error and the document compiles just fine. I have been doing various google searches all day trying to figure this out, but to no avail. What can I do to enable TexMaker to open apsrev4-1.bst?

Thanks!

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Did you install the texlive-full package (or at least texlive-publishers)? –  Caramdir Jul 24 '12 at 19:49
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I had installed texlive 2012 from tug.org, since the texlive-full package is 3 years old. I just installed the texlive-full package to be on the safe side, and now TexMaker works fine. Why should this be the case? –  Chris Jul 24 '12 at 21:46
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It sounds like TexMaker is using the packages from the Debian repositories rather than the TL from TUG (does it include apsrev4-1.bst?). I think you need to make sure your editor is pointed towards the distribution you want to use. (I've never used TeXMaker, though, so I can't help with that; but there are lots of posts that talk about having a parallel installation.) –  jon Jul 25 '12 at 0:43
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closed as too localized by Martin Schröder, Kurt, Werner, Guido, Thorsten Dec 23 '12 at 7:16

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