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You can't fix it without using TeXLive instead of the Debian/Ubuntu packages. Deb/Ub strip out the tlmgr since it can create conflicts with apt, their own package manager (apt cannot know what tlmgr has updated; Deb/Ub have files distributed amongst a different array of packages to texlive, etc). You can install anything new you want in a local texmf ...

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Might be a little late for becko but i just found http://www.latex-community.org/home/news/46-news-latex-distributions/470-texlive-windows-copy a transplantation-tool. Testing it right now. BR

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You need a minimal tex distribution. Then you can unzip the pgfplots .tds zip into the "local texmf" directory (linux: ~/texmf, windows also has it somewhere) and then run texhash. Keep in mind that you also need PGF (which can also be installed into a local texmf tree).

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In file beamerfontthememetropolis.sty from the theme, change the line \setsansfont[BoldFont={Fira Sans}]{Fira Sans Light} to \setsansfont[BoldFont={Fira Sans},ItalicFont={Fira Sans Light Italic}]{Fira Sans Light} I don't know why luaLaTeX need to specify the italic font explicitly, because XeLaTex compiles the demo file without any problem on my ...

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If you have both a GNU/Linux distribution provided TeX Live and a manually installed one, you'll have two different tlmgr. The one in /usr/bin will not update packages, but just change configuration parameters. The one in /usr/local/texlive/<YEAR>/bin/<ARCH>, instead, will do updates to the manually installed TeX Live. Here <YEAR> stands ...

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From your question I understand you are trying to install over the internet. Due to automatic mirror selection, this process may not be the most efficient one. Try installing from ISO. The image can be downloaded here.

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An alternative route may be to use compat_freebsd - setup for running FreeBSD binaries under emulation and use the FreeBSD XeTeX port.

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On Windows, if you require a copy of a tex distribution here is one option. Uninstall that version TeXmaker. Go to http://miktex.org/. Install the basic version of MikTex. On OS-X (Mac Pro Book) install MacTex. This posting provides the details Installing LaTeX on Macbook Pro Now reinstall TeXmaker. It should now run. You can test it with the ...

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On Fedora 21: yum install texlive-doublestroke.noarch

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I think I figured it out. Go into your terminal and type in: which pdftex You should get some sort of directory where your latex is installed. like: /opt/local/bin/pdftex What you should do now is to change the directory where TexShop looks. Do this by going into Preferences > Engine: and changing the path settings to the directory that which pdftex ...

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Please do not edit the question to ask unrelated questions, it makes the site impossible to follow later, open a new question for new questions. The original problem was exactly as indicated by TeX, a missing } meant that the argument for \emph{.... was not closed before the end of file. The new problem is that LaTeX commands like \documentclass are not ...

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The problem was that macvim was not binding correctly to python. This sequence of commands solved it on yosemite for me, and made automatic latex plugin work as well: 1) brew install macvim 2) brew linkapps macvim 3) easy_install pip 4) pip install psutil

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