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Let's be clear: Your old installation is gone. Now, we have to look, whether you have included the old path into your PATH variable and forgot all about it. There are some "hidden" files on the top level of your HOME folder (/home/monceros84/ ). Their names start with a dot, e.g. ".profile" or ".bash". Please have a look into those files: Do they contain ...


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Turns out that there was still residue from my previous texlive installation that I made via apt repositories. There were texlive directories in /usr/share/texlive/ (from repositories) and /usr/local/texlive/2015/texmf-dist/tex/latex (user installed). The shutdown script apparently called the wrong compiler, which was the one /usr/share. When I uninstalled ...


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I have up four tex systems on my laptop and 6 on my PC (+ the context minimals). In my editor (winedt) I have setup a pop-up menu which I can call with Alt+Q which allows me to switch between the systems: The entries of the pop-up are bound to winedt macro files which change the PATH environment variable: (xPATH is a variable which contains the original ...



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