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For future Googler, creating a symlink solution like this works for me. I do not know what caused the OP to not being able to do it.


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Since this question has come up a few times on the TeX.SE without answers, I thought I'd just post my experiences (as a beginner to LaTeX and its corresponding compilation). It turns out that my issue 'main.tex not found' was purely coincidental to the problems that I was having. In fact, the reason why my file would not compile was due to the fact that I ...


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From http://texstudio.sourceforge.net TeXstudio has been forked from Texmaker in 2009, because of the non-open development process of Texmaker and due to different philosophies concerning configurability and features. Originally it was called TeXmakerX because it started off as a small set of extensions to Texmaker with the hope that they would ...


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You want to give structure to your document. Here's an example. \documentclass[11pt]{article} \usepackage{amsthm} \newtheorem{thm}{Theorem}[section] \begin{document} \section{Semisimple modules} A module is said to be \emph{semisimple} if it equals the sum of its simple submodules. Note that the zero module is semisimple, being the sum of the (empty) ...


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I had the same problem, using a portable version of MiKTeX and TeXmaker on USB. It worked fine on my laptop (Windows 8.1) but then it stopped compiling and generating new PDFs on my work PC (Windows 7). When I deleted the old PDF file, it told me File not found, even though I had tried to compile a new one. For me, the simple solution was to got to Options ...


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From my comment to a proper answer. :) This looks like a missing dependency in the TeX installation. Running $ sudo apt-get install texlive-lang-portuguese in the terminal (or installing the very same package via Software Center) will install the Portuguese support for babel and hopefully the code will work. :) Also, the format of the document should ...


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I had the same problem, but it was solved like this: In Options->Commands, I didn't use the complete paths, just the names of the commands for latex, pdflatex and xelatex. I.e. I typed latex -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex and not C:\MikTex\miktex\bin\latex -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex Before trying this, open command prompt and make sure these commands ...


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You can just choose the 'user' option in 'Quick Build' and open the wizard to select the sequence you want. Just select in the left hand list and press the arrow to the right. You should choose PdfLaTeX, then BibTeX, and the PdfLaTeX twice. Accept and you'll have something like this automatically: pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode % | bitex % | ...



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