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You can use \hypersetup just before \tableofcontents within a group: \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{xcolor} \definecolor{darkgreen}{RGB}{41,159,49} \usepackage[colorlinks=true, urlcolor=blue, linkcolor=darkgreen, citecolor=darkgreen]{hyperref} \begin{document} {\hypersetup{linkcolor =black} \tableofcontents } ...


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If you want to create a TeX Live package, you need to do the following steps. I assume here that you are not shipping any binaries, but only files in a the texmf hierarchy. Also assume that the package is called foo: prepare a TDS tree of the package, say in foo, that is, you have foo/tex, foo/fonts etc. write a tlpobj file in foo/tlpkg/tlpobj/foo.tlpobj ...


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The following compiles also fine in my Ubuntu machine: \includegraphics[width=\paperwidth, height=\headheight, baby=0.25]{heads/test} Seems that Fedora has a more up to date version of graphicx package (and/or of some other related package) that does not contain the bug. (Obviously, "baby" does not belong in the keyval options for includegraphics, but the ...


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If you can not remove this (rather pointless) definition as it is being auto-generated, put \newcommand\mathplus{+} in your document preamble so that \mathplus expands to +.


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Many places on the web linux users will find the advise: add blah blah to PATH in ~/.bashrc. In general this is not a good idea, because only when ~/.bashrc has been executed, is the PATH change visible to programmes. If you are a command line jockey (like me) and open every program through a terminal, you will not see the difference. However, if you ...


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\rule has never been robust in LaTeX. You can use \protect\rule or you can use \usepackage{fixltx2e} which updates various things, including making \rule robust. Perhaps your previous document was using that package.


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It looks like the .sty file is available here. http://people.hss.caltech.edu/~kcb/LaTeX.shtml If you run kpsewhich -var-value=TEXMFHOME In terminal, it should give you path to a folder called texmf/. If you put the .sty file in a subdirectory of that file such as texmf/tex/latex/commonstuff/ then you should be able to run texhash [path to texmf folder] ...


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Try the command kpsewhich latex.ltx to locate your TeX installation. On my system it gives the location /usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/base/latex.ltx


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You have most likely forgotten to enter the installation path into the file "/etc/environment" Enter the full path, which is most likely "/usr/local/texlive/2014/bin/x86_64-linux/" into the line "PATH:" Note: You need to edit the file with sudo rights and entries are separated with a colon ":"


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Issue has been solved via update to package bigfoot. Thanks everyone!


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I recently encountered a very similar error message in Windows 7 MiKTeX 2.9. The solution was to simply run udpmap.exe as administrator. The program is located in: C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\miktex\bin\x64\


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What I can see from the terminal output is the following: No file MSP430.aux. This might be the first time you're compiling MSP430.tex or have erased MSP430.aux prior to compiling. This might be automated if you have \nofiles as part of your preamble. (/usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/tipa/t3cmr.fd) A font definition file loaded as a result of ...


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Configure -> Manage Repositories and using a http-server solved my problem.



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