From an earlier question of mine, it was determined that one can not obtain the latest version of older releases (ex. TeXLive2010, TeXLive2011). I am upgrading my Mac and would like to know the process of copying over manually the files from a Mac that has TeXLive2010 and TeXLive2011 installed. I'd prefer to not use the Migration assistant, so that I can control exactly what is being updated.
So, what I naively tried was:
/usr/local/texlive/2011form old Mac to new Mac.
- Install TeXLive2012 which created
/usr/local/texlive/2012on new Mac.
On my older Mac I have the following in my Preferences panel:
But on my new Mac I only have
TeXLive-2012 shown, and want to know how to get that to show the other two versions.
So, what other files do I need to manually copy over so that I can have access to all three versions? Deleting and reinstalling TeXLive2012 is not a problem.
- This is a followup up to How to download MacTeX 2011 now that MacTex 2012 is available