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I am a Ph.D candidate who works on computational fluid dynamics coupling with discrete elements.


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revised MinionPro package conflicts with {esint}
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comment MinionPro package conflicts with {esint}
yeah. Without amssymb it does work. As you already mentioned, i think the symbols from MnSymbol are enough for a normal report.
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comment MinionPro package conflicts with {esint}
\usepackage{amsmath} and \usepackage{amssymb}, is the {amssymb} not necessary?
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revised MinionPro package conflicts with {esint}
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asked MinionPro package conflicts with {esint}
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accepted Is a “real” Baskerville font available for LaTeX?
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comment Can not make non-freefonts installed
I did delete the whole ~/texmf folder. But the weired thing is: $ getnonfreefonts-sys -a gets ! ERROR: The install directory /usr/local/texlive/2013/../texmf-local' is not writable. while $ sudo getnonfreefonts-sys -a` gets fonts in /usr/local/share/texmf installed.
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comment Can not make non-freefonts installed
I deleted the .texlive2013 in Home folder. Now kpsewhich garamondx.sty returns /home/dao/texmf/tex/latex/garamondx/garamondx.sty. echo $TEXMFLOCAL and echo $TEXMFHOME also get nothing. How to figure this out?
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comment Can not make non-freefonts installed
$ kpsewhich --var TEXMFLOCAL get /usr/local/texlive/2013/../texmf-local. So I think the paths messed up.
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comment Can not make non-freefonts installed
@jon kpsewhich garamondx.sty gets nothing. Now I did change the permission of the folder '/home/dao/texmf to 777 and installed all fonts, but still not working.