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Since June 2015, xindy is available for installation in miktex package manager. See version 5653 of the package repository. Don't forget to update database.


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The quickest way to check if a package is installed is to search for it with kpsewhich {package-name}.sty. So, to check for etoolbox, use $ kpsewhich etoolbox.sty /usr/local/texlive/2014/texmf-dist/tex/latex/etoolbox/etoolbox.sty If it finds the package, it will output the path (just like normal which). If it doesn't find the package, it will output ...


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Follow ONLY steps 1-4 from the linked instructions. Steps 5-6 and 8 are simply wrong. Step 9 is pointless and step 7 is inefficient. Instead, after completing step 4, do this: ./scripts/install $(kpsewhich -var TEXMFLOCAL) mkdir -p --parents $(kpsewhich -var TEXMFLOCAL)/web2c echo Map MinionPro.map >> $(kpsewhich -var TEXMFLOCAL)/web2c/updmap.cfg ...


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@Johannes_B, @Sigur, @ArashEsbati, @cfr, thank you all; I installed windows update yesterday I think it is the one called Security update for windows vista x64-based systems KB3059317 ( I am not sure the second update window malicious object removal tool x86 KB890830 is for anything like that ) and now I am like anyone of you with TeXLive on his laptop. ...


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The new Mac OS comes with a feature named "rootless" that disallows modification of important system files, even by the root user. However, LaTeX installation requires access to the /usr/texbin folder, at least as an alias, and it is protected by Mac OS. There are two solutions: 1) Disable the rootless feature To disable the rootless feature at boot, ...


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I don't own the fonts, so this might be wild guess. But in general, you should have received a zip(?) file and you have to extract the files into your texmf-local directory. You can locate your texmf-local directory at command prompt with: kpsewhich -var-value=TEXMFLOCAL The general directory layout of files to extract to is shown below: ...



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