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I had the same problem creating eps files from MATLAB for tex. I ran epstopdf on the eps file from the command line and found that it throws an error while creating blank pdfs. Using code from an answer here: epstopdf error: /undefined in uageLevel: You can create a MATLAB function to fix all of your eps files to work with miktex running epstopdf: function ...

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The biggest problem: my impatience. I had synchronized my package manager, as @ulrike-fischer recommends, but on February 2, the signchart package wasn't appearing in my database. I now realize that the MiKTeX update hadn't propagated to the particular mirror I used to update. The next day I chose a different mirror, and there appeared signchart!

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If you want both forward and inverse search in one command it can also be done. Options (in the menu bar) -> Configure TeXstudio ... -> Commands (tab on the left) Set "External PDF Viewer" to "C:/Program Files (x86)/SumatraPDF/SumatraPDF.exe" -reuse-instance -inverse-search "\"C:/Program Files (x86)/TeXstudio/texstudio.exe\" \"%%f\" -line %%l" ...

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You mentioned you have problems. You are right, that you got several warnings, but all of them are not real problems at last, because you get a pdf file and the only difference could be the glyph for special symbols for a telefone, an envelope etc. But let us check the warnings. The first three are: you have requested package modercvheadii but the ...

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If it still fails once you've set the environment PATH, I found that restarting the PC does the trick.

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Compile the file with XeLaTeX. It runs smoothely. With pdflatex I get the same errors as you. edit:// Version 2.0.0 of the moderncvpackage on github provides several templates. The classic template uses a different iconset as can be seen in the *.sty file (cf. here) % symbols \moderncvicons{marvosym} The casual Theme uses % symbols ...

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What you see is just a report on the usage of memory during a run of TeX. Here's a sample of what I got with a document: Here is how much of TeX's memory you used: 1035 strings out of 493054 13273 string characters out of 6134760 70364 words of memory out of 5000000 4626 multiletter control sequences out of 15000+600000 4548 words of font info for 17 ...

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In Windows 10 click on the Windows Logo. Then choose "All Apps". Scroll down to "M". There you can find an entry "MikTeX 2.9". Click on it and you will get the list of all MikTeX programs like Manual, Package Manager, Settings, Update ...

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(Too long for a comment, hence posted as an answer.) I don't think you need to load any supplemental packages to compile the following code; observe that the math material is set in inline-math mode. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} $V_{i_{k}} = X_{i_{k}}+\Phi_{i_{k}}\times (X_{i_k}-X_{j_k})$ \end{document}

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Sometimes the servers for MiKTeX are down for maintanance. If it tooks more time it is mentioned on the homepage, for small maintanance not. Just try it in 6 hours or so again. If that does not work please check Ulrikes answer in this question.

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As opposed to what the accepted answer says, it not "easier" to reinstall. One can make a simple edit in the registry: the install dir for packages is set on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MiKTeX.org\MiKTeX\2.9\Core\UserInstall

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The MiKTeX Package Manager for Windows is known under its abbreviation "MPM". You should be able to find it under all applications by looking under "M": Alternatively, you can also search for items and look for "MPM":

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I would not use individual search/replace to fix this as the chance of corrupting the document is high, just go back to the original file and reload it using the correct encoding (apple legacy 8bit) and then save as UTF-8. The issue is not really related to using different editors. Having converted the file to UTF-8 you need to change that option to [utf8]. ...

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I've managed to fix it. There is a long list of packages needed to be installed before compiling a cv using the moderncv template. All packages can be installed using the miktex package manager which on windows is installed by default in: C:\Program Files (x86)\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin\mpm_mfc_admin.exe First, install moderncv. Installing manually is more of ...

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Unlike pdflatex lualatex doesn't trigger the tfm generation from a mf-source if it can't find the tfm (this is not miktex specific: it doesn't do it in texlive either, but there bbold10.tfm exist in the main tree while miktex installs only the mf-sources). So in miktex one has to first call pdflatex which triggers the creation of the tfm and can then use ...

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Well... Lets say she is not used to Linux paths and named her images with ä,ü,ö etc... This created the errors since it could not load the pictures. So yeah, this problem is solved, her latex errors she corrects herself! :P Thank you for the help anyway and have a nice evening! :)

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polyglossia is complaining because de is not the correct command, you need to issue german instead. In this case, the code will compile with 0 errors. Some notes: the \ after \TeX is there to preserve the space that comes afterwards. the german language has some options for the polyglossia package. For example, spelling can be "new (= 1996) or ...

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It's an antivirus/firewall blockage issue. In my case I stopped all antivirus protections temporarily and it passed. I had tried it before multiple times and it always ended in error. In the logs the message I had was a permission denied.

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A complete reinstall of MikTex was the solution for me. See also comments to the opening post.

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Just change the used filename for your bib file from \bibliography.bib to bibliography.bib. The \ starts a command \bibliography causing your error. The following MWE compiles with no errors with my current miktex: \documentclass{article} \begin{filecontents*}{bibliography.bib} % <================================ @book{john, author = ...

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