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It would probably be best to think about updating to the latest version of TeX Live. However, if you are not currently able to upgrade, you can follow these steps to install the fonts: Disable the map file: updmap-sys --disable newtxtt.map Remove all traces of the packages left over from earlier manual installation attempts. Download the TDS archive as ...
In cmd type mpm --verify=mathtools that will tell if mathtools is installed, not installed or unknown. If mathtools is not installed: in cmd type mpm --install=mathtools to install mathtools. If mathtools is unknown: in cmd type mpm --find-updates or mpm --update-db and then install. Alternative: in cmd type mpm to start MiKTeX Package Manager then ...
I am using a quick fix to this issue since I work mainly on a USB stick and don't want to touch to the tex folders the computers I am using. Indeed, you can specify backward directories to \usepackage, then you don't have to know the exact full path but only the relative path from your .tex to your .sty file. An example: given a portable hard disk D, I ...
I had a similar issue when I upgraded to Mavericks and then again to Yosemite. I found that the /usr/ folder had an alias for /texbin but that alias did not lead anywhere. This was resolved by allowing Read Only access to the local folder in usr for my user account. Perhaps the following would help: Try going to /usr/ using Shift + ⌘ + G in Finder and ...
with the help received from this cite, I was able to solve the problem. Place '*.cls' in one of the folders where other *.cls files are located. E.g., I put 'asl.cls' to 'C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\tex\latex\amscls' Run MikTeX 2.9 -> Maintenance (Admin) -> Package Manager (Admin) That's it! Thank you all who helped. Paul
If you want to create a TeX Live package, you need to do the following steps. I assume here that you are not shipping any binaries, but only files in a the texmf hierarchy. Also assume that the package is called foo: prepare a TDS tree of the package, say in foo, that is, you have foo/tex, foo/fonts etc. write a tlpobj file in foo/tlpkg/tlpobj/foo.tlpobj ...
You need to create the directory TEXMFHOME. That is, in your case, you need to create ~/Library/texmf and any subdirectories which you need below it. For example, if you wanted to install greatpackage.sty, you would create a directory ~/Library/texmf/tex/latex/greatpackage to contain it. ~/Library/texlive/2014/texmf-var is for auto-generated files. You can ...
@romkyns I had the same problem with mathtools and MiKTeX today, the same initial error about the missing .sty file. Going to: MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin I ran mpm_mfc_admin, went to the Repository tab at the top and clicked synchronise. mathtools is now in my package list and I can confirm it works; no more missing .sty file.
As egreg and Ulrike commented, using two greater-than signs '<<' got rid of the offending error message that I asked about. (I still have Problems with using the fonts, but thats due to other Problems - probably with the font files themselves.)
To install adjustbox package: run Start\MikTeX 2.9\Maintenance (Admin)\Package manager (Admin) write adjustbox into the "Name" field and press Enter click on + symbol and confirm installation and you're ready to use it! If this doesn't work you should install adjustbox manually. You can find adjustbox.sty here: adjustbox.tds.zip unpack the whole ...
The armel-linux binaries work on my Raspberry Pi. After mounting the drive I added the path to the arm binaries (under texlive/bin) to the search path in .profile and it worked fine. Another option for Pi users, of course, would be just to install Debian's texlive packages via aptitude/apt on the Pi, but those packages are out of date and I wanted to save ...
Try the command kpsewhich latex.ltx to locate your TeX installation. On my system it gives the location /usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/base/latex.ltx
You have most likely forgotten to enter the installation path into the file "/etc/environment" Enter the full path, which is most likely "/usr/local/texlive/2014/bin/x86_64-linux/" into the line "PATH:" Note: You need to edit the file with sudo rights and entries are separated with a colon ":"
I recently encountered a very similar error message in Windows 7 MiKTeX 2.9. The solution was to simply run udpmap.exe as administrator. The program is located in: C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin\x64\
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