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You should not use \bibliography{bibfile.bib}{} but \bibliography{bibfile}: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \cite{foo} \bibliography{bibfile} \end{document} During the compilation LaTeX try to add the .bib extension and so it goes wrong. since the file bibfile.bib.bib does not exist.


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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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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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eqnarray is already math so you should not have $ but (a) eqnarray should not be used, amsmath provides align and (b) there is no alignment here at all so you just want \[ \[ \underset{\mathbf{S}}{\operatorname{arg\,min}} \sum_{i=1}^{k} \sum_{\mathbf{x} \in S_i} \| \mathbf{x} - \boldsymbol{\mu}_i \|^2 \] Note _ for subscripts not \_


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I assume you are talking about TeXMaker. If you go to Options -> Configure Texmaker, then click on Quick Build, make sure you have selected one of the options that ends with "View PDF". Does that solve the problem?


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I don't think there is a shortcut for deleting a line. I use the "pos1" and "end" functionality of the keyboard to select the whole line and then just hit backspace or delete. This way i don't have to use the mouse to select the line. On a mac that would be cmd + arrow right cmd + shift + arrow left backspace I hope that helps.


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As Arne mentioned already, cmd+click (ctrl+click on windows) is one option. Another is via the context menue (right click) jump to pdf. Here you can find a similar issue. Regarding your new wish in your comment, I can highly recommend TeXstudio. I also switched there from Texmaker when I searched for suitable alternatives. Good Luck!



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