Operation of the TeX system within a general UNIX environment, rather than specifically Linux.

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External inline filters, markdown, latex, beamer, and standards

I read Converting Markdown to LaTeX, in LaTeX and a couple of related posts. They are about a year old. is there now a quasi-standard package that enables generic filter plugins, allowed if ...
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Installing package in TeX Live with kpathsea

I use to put packages in /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/ and to run texhash after. Now, with kparthsea, it seems not working. Where do I need to put my packages in order to TeX Live "sees" them or is ...
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Postscript (.ps) image does not import into .tex file or pdf

I am trying to: Export a gnuplot .gpl file to a .ps Get my .tex file to use the .ps file as an image Convert that .tex file to a pdf I created the following gnuplot .gpl file which exports ...
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I can not change the mode or submode of the current document in WinEdt 8

WinEdt 8 adds the submode UNIX to the current document. I can not delete it in Document Setting. Why does WinEdt 8 do so?
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How to make sure that a source file is in UNIX mode?

How to make sure that a source file is in UNIX mode? In other words, how to check that every line in a text file is ended by LF rather then CR+LF? I am asking because a package intended for ...
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How does latex source multiple configuration files..?

I have got a very peculiar question I'd like to ask about my latex processor: In my school we are using the pdfTeXk backend. At some point there was a need to make a few configuration changes within ...
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write output of dvips to a file

Sorry if this is a simple question. I want to write the output of dvips to a file (i.e. something like a log file for dvips). I tried this but it gives an empty file: dvips input.dvi > ...
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Unix Text Processing [closed]

In 1987 Dale Dougherty and Tim O'Reilly wrote a marvelous book Unix Text Processing which is now freely available. The book gives tour the force introduction to the world of Unix text processing ...