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Apr
20
comment Installing Texlive on Debian x86-64 Platform
Running apt-get purge texlive* was useless: adding /usr/local/texlive/2011/bin/x86_64-linux at the beginning of your PATH would have been enough. I'd be very surprised that the chown +x was needed too. Also, the TL installer prints a message suggesting that you add TL to your path, but can't do it itself since there are so many different ways to do it depending on your distribution, your shell and/or desktop environment, whether you're the only user or not, etc.
Apr
18
comment Biber broken on debian wheezy/sid texlive 2011
Unless you really need version 0.9.9 of biber, you can downgrade it using tlmgr which makes backups before upgrades by default. Try tlmgr restore biber to see the list of revisions, then tlmgr restore biber <number> to restore to the given revision.
Apr
18
comment Biber broken on debian wheezy/sid texlive 2011
By the way, if you're finish your thesis, I strongly recommend you don't update TeX Live (or anything critical) on the machine you're using for that until your thesis is completed, unless you really know why you need the update (and even then, update only the specific package you need). Every update comes with a risk of breaking things.
Apr
18
comment LaTeX installation query
You need to add the path to the TeX Live binaries to your PATH, as mentioned in the message printed at the end of the installation. (By the way, your edit is still terribly vague: what do you mean "does not work"? Please give us the actual error message if any, or explain what happens.)
Apr
10
comment Texmaker and moderncv with TeX Live 2011
Also, which tex or which kpsewhich to be sure that the correct TeX Live installation is in use, in case you have two (eg, one installed by yourself, and one installed by your linux distro as a dependency to another package).
Apr
6
comment Not display the content of one environment when its content contains one special macro
Yeah, sure and the user can add any other commands likely to occur and that may cause problems, which may be convenient or not depending on the variety of material likely to appear in a MyProof. By the way, even with \vbox, the trick still causes issues with floats, but obviously float commands can be disabled too for the test pass.
Apr
5
answered Not display the content of one environment when its content contains one special macro
Apr
5
comment Not display the content of one environment when its content contains one special macro
There are some limitations with this method: 1. the body may not contain material that cannot appear in restricted horizontal mode, and 2. if the body contains material that has global side effects (like incrementing latex counters, defining labels, etc) the side effect will happen once when the content is ignored and twice when it isn't ignored.
Mar
29
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Mar
29
revised Unexpected citation behavior: biblatex with biber and authoryear
This doesn't look related to TeX Live, untagging
Mar
26
comment TeX Live 2011: tlmgr not using xz after system upgrade
Maybe your new system has the /tmp partition mounted with noexec, which would explain the errors in tlmgr ouptut.
Mar
21
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Mar
17
answered About texhash and proper installation of TeXlive
Mar
17
comment About texhash and proper installation of TeXlive
mktexlsr and texhash are the same thing, the later is a symlink to the former.
Mar
14
comment Is there a similar manpage for LaTeX packages/template?
By the way, as the maintainer of texdoc, I'm taking the occasion to emphasize that problem reports as simple as "texdoc <some-package> is not working (with texdoc version and TL version)" are highly appreciated (preferably on the texdoc list, (no need to subscribe)). I really need this input to improve the results since I can't possibly check every package myself. (No need to report pifont of course, wasteofspace kindly did, and it's already fixed anyway.)
Mar
14
comment Is there a similar manpage for LaTeX packages/template?
I guess you're using TeX Live 2009 (on Debian or Ubuntu maybe?). According to my tests, texdoc from TL09 doesn't find anything for pifont, with TL10 it finds psnfss2e.pdf but only in 2nd position, and with TL11 it does the right thing. Unfortunately, upgrading just texdoc is not that easy. However, you may want to install TL 2011 for the many updates (obviously not just texdoc).
Mar
14
comment TeXLive 2011 and pdf graphics problem?
Your link to kerTeX seems wrong. Except of course if you think TeX Live should be demolished ;)
Mar
3
answered Executing Tex Live by SSH command
Feb
27
comment texdoc doesn’t search at $TEXMFHOME
I believe Andrey Vihrov's answer is the correct one. But just for information, texdoc 0.83 appears to find documents even without the <category> component. Which version of texdoc are you using (texdoc --version)?
Feb
27
comment texdoc doesn’t search at $TEXMFHOME
It does looks into TEXMFHOME/doc for at least two reasons: 1. TEXMFHOME is part of a brace-expression that ends with /doc so /doc is appended to each component, and 2. the expression actually ends with // which means to search recursively. Try texdoc kpathsea for details :)