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Simplest way is to use TexLive Utility if you are using MacOSX. Get it from here: http://amaxwell.github.io/tlutility/ This utility provides an interactive GUI where you can search for any package, see if it is already installed or not. In case not installed, you can install simply by right-clicking the package name and click install. I hope this helps.


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Thanks to @cfr for showing me how to use grep to select the symbolic link files and then use sed to extract the filenames from the directory listing. In a terminal running a Bash shell, the following command extracts a list of filenames from /usr/local/bin which are symbolic links to the bin folder within last year's TeXLive distribution, and saves the list ...


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I believe you simply did a typing error. The package is called graphicx, while you have written grapthicx, with an extra t!


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What causes the problems? The essential problem here is that updmap is executed in some way, shape or form. getnonfreefonts causes problems because it executes updmap. Other font installation scripts cause this problem because they execute updmap. (Of course, not all scripts do this. But our concern here is with those which do.) Finally, of course, ...


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In Ubuntu fullpage.sty is in the package texlive-latex-extra. You can install it with sudo apt-get install texlive-latex-extra Since the documentation is very big (327 MB), I installed it with sudo apt-get install texlive-latex-extra --no-install-recommends


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I had a similar problem and it turns out I forgot to include \usepackage{xcolor} So despite the package being installed it was not included, thus yielding the error message.


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Have you tried to log into your admin account and then - using the shortcuts in the start menu - to go to the package-manager? There you can manually search for the packages which you access using the \usepackage-command and install them by simply clicking onto the plus on the top left. Important note: Always open the package manager using a right click and ...


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I give here my small personal contribution concerning manual installation of packages in MiKTeX (Windows). As I find very annoying when there is an error 503 or 404 with the internet connection when trying to install a package (package manager - network update). My environments: My whole work is done in the great Debian Linux environment. In fact I ...


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The problem turned out to be very simple - the error is generated when the computer gets locked after being idle for some time during the long installation. Staying on the computer solved it.


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I've been facing the same problem since TeX Live 2015 was released last month (I have Windows 7 Pro 64-bit OS). I've tried installing it every week (in the hopes that there is a bug, which will be fixed in the weekly updates) but no luck. I tried installing it from different mirrors but again no luck. Finally, I was able to figure out a workaround yesterday. ...


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From Start menu > All Programs > MiKTeX 2.9 > Maintenance (Administrator), launch MiKTeX Package Manager, rightclick on moderncv and select Install. That's all.



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