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To get more information about the packages on a Debian/Ubuntu/Linx Mint system I would use apt-cache show package which gives you the description of the package, and what it will install. A very short summary of all the texlive packages can be found with apt-cache search texlive As for which package to install, this depends very much on what you are ...

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This seems to be a bug in grffile, I'm afraid. The minimal example is \documentclass{article} \usepackage{grffile} \DeclareGraphicsRule{*}{eps}{*}{} \begin{document} \includegraphics{testdiagram.1} \end{document} that stops with the same identical error ! LaTeX Error: File `testdiagram.1.' not found. where testdiagram.1 is a file built by Metapost. ...

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If you install TeXLive via the MacTeX distribution, you essentially get everything, and you should not have to install anything separately. This is different from the way MacPorts works, since it uses the TeXLive distribution divisions. The MacTeX maintainers chose not to distribute MacTeX in this way, which in the long run makes life simpler: you have a ...

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Hello I had the same problem and found a suitable and easy solution. With kpsewhich -var-value=TEXMFHOME find your personal tex home directory, where you would put your own .cls files. On my Ubuntu with texlive 2013 it will show "~/texmf" which can lead to a misunderstandung. Check it again with: kpsepath -n latex tex which will show all folders ...

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This is a bug in otfinst.py which can't handle subversion numbers > 99 properly. A quick and dirty fix would be to disable version checking by commenting out lines 269 to 271 in otfinst.py: # if float(m.group(1)) < 2.38: # sys.stderr.write("Your otfinfo version is currently %s.\nPlease upgrade your otfinfo version to at least 2.38.\n" % m.group(1)) ...

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