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My favorite IDE is texmaker. I used Kile in the past, the KDE Latex Editor, another nice one. You can install it with apt-get install kile


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if you use: sudo apt-get install texlive-latex-extra you will download about 600 MB (because apt-get by default installs all the recommended packages). If you want to decrease the download size to about 24 MB, use: sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends texlive-latex-extra By doing this way, you avoid installing some packages (documentation ...


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Removing the doc hierarchy will not break anything but texdoc searching for documentation. But simple removal will bring back the documentation for each updated packages. If you want to stop installing documentation files in the future, you can set the tlmgr configuration option to not install doc files with tlmgr option docfiles 0. After that documentation ...


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Best option: Recommended Your first option should be to install the package which is part of TeX Live itself. If you installed TeX Live from upstream (recommended), you should already have it if you installed a full distribution. If not, you can use tlmgr to install it. If you installed TeX Live through your distro's package manager (e.g. apt or yum or ...


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Each distribution should have a local texmf directory. Within that, use the TeX Directory Structure: .cls files go in tex/latex/elsarticle .bst files go in bibtex/bst/elsarticle the README and .pdf go in doc/elsarticle Templates aren't a special kind of file; they are just sample documents to fill in. Some TeX IDE's have a place to put them. For ...


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Since installing without documentation is an available option in the TeX Live installer, there seems no reason to assume that removing these doc folders will have any ill effects apart from texdoc not working. Here's a quote of a message by Reinhard Kotucha from the TeX Live Mailing list From: Reinhard Kotucha On 2012-02-17 at 20:57:33 +0100, ...


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I'm not a developer of MiKTeX nor TeXnicCenter but I'm a teacher how to use MikTeX (and TeXnicCenter). Some of my students have problems with their installation and asked me how to solve that. BTW are that usually students not following my installation hints ... MiKTeX has a separate update system and a separate package system. To have a well working ...


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I installed the admin version (at least I think I did). Anyway, the end result is that the admin package manager installs packages in the old location, which for me is C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9, and the plain package manager installs packages in C:\Users\John\AppData\Roaming\MiKTeX\2.9 (you need to show hidden files to find it). Now TeXnic Center uses ...


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It turned out the problem was indeed caused by the missing mpm.exe. The reason is that somehow the (current) "Basic" MikTeX installer does not install the miktex-mpmcli-bin package. This really should be considered a bug because mpm.exe is essential for the correct working of a number of MikTeX (GUI) tools which said installer does install (e.g. the ...


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So, part of the solution is here and very well explained and detailed. I also had changed the permissions for sty and cls files making them readable and executable as well. Then the other problem was comming from my .bash_profile with this line : TEXINPUTS=$HOME/Plantillas/macros/;export TEXINPUTS I removed it and it works fine. Next ? How can I tell ...


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I just tested with a brand-new wx pro 64-bits and an advanced user install and had no problems. To be exact: I downloaded the exe, selected the unpack option and after it finished unpacking I double-clicked install-tl-advanced.bat, but clicking the advanced button also started up the main installer interface. I searched for this "0xc0000142" error. ...



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