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Thanks @egreg. So indeed, this is what happened: On OS X I had problems with biber, and also when explicitly specifying bibtex8 as backend, that's why the backend statement was missing. On Linux, bibtex didn't work out correctly. So I added backend=biber, and then you need to re-assign the "bibtex" command in TeXMaker. In Options -> Configure Texmaker, the ...
By installing the right package that contains todonotes. I'm not a user of Fedora but after a quick search I think you can get todonotes.sty by installing this package (which seems to be a subpackage of texlive, but I don't know how Fedora manage it): https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/texlive-todonotes
All TeX Live installations allow for a “personal tree”; on GNU/Linux systems this tree is rooted in ~/texmf, where ~ stands for your home directory. Just issue this pair of commands from a directory where you keep a copy of llncs.sty: mkdir -p $(kpsewhich --var-value TEXMFHOME)/tex/latex/llncs cp llncs.cls $(kpsewhich --var-value ...
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