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The MacTeX package will always install TeX Live as root, as authorization is ordinarily required in order to write to /usr/local. Even if you change ownership or permissions, Apple's Installer is more of a glorified tar than anything. If you don't like that, you can install it using the shell script or from within TeX Live Utility. As maintainer of TeX Live ...


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The first answer is completely correct. I just want to add that in case you have problems locating the correct package, use apt-cache search, as in apt-cache search arabxetex, which will return you texlive-xetex - TeX Live: XeTeX and packages, after which you can call apt-cache show texlive-xetex to see the list of included packages.


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TeXworks -> Preferences -> Typesetting Click the + button for the first box and Choose the path of texbin which contain many file including pdflatex. In my case this the path: /Library/TeX/Distributions/Programs/texbin


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I have installed El Capitan from Scratch and then copied the data from TimeMachine (Migration Assistant). After that I removed MacTeX 2014 and installed MacTeX 2015. Amazingly /etc/paths.d/TeX was not adjusted, such that $PATH still had /usr/texbin. I wanted to follow the procedure in Answer #2 but I was not allows to update /etc/paths.d/TeX. But I could ...


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Use tlmgr to update. Put the packages in your texmf directory and do texhash to install new packages, and see How can I manually install a package on MiKTeX (Windows). LaTeX for Complete Novices also has a section on installing packages. That being said there are a lot of other reasons why you would not be getting any output from a package, other than it ...


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Regarding your questions: How to know what is the TeXlive version I'm using, and how to know if it's the latest one? At a command prompt, type tlmgr --version. TeXLive is released once a year, 2015 is the current one. How to update it in case it's not updated (provided it's worth doing it, rather than remove the older version and install the up-to-date ...


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As opposed to what the accepted answer says, it not "easier" to reinstall. One can make a simple edit in the registry: the install dir for packages is set on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MiKTeX.org\MiKTeX\2.9\Core\UserInstall


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I found "arabxetex" is included by "xetex" package. Therefore, we have to install xetex. If you are using debain-ubutu , you just type: sudo apt-get install texlive-xetex



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