The TeX live installation bundled with TeXmaker in ubuntu (Xubuntu 11.10) is ancient and was breaking the
acronym package (and who knows what else) so I though I'd update by installing using
tl-install direct from CTAN. But after removing TeXmaker through ubuntu software centre and installing the new copy, I still have a whole Tex live install under
/usr/bin, and the new install under
/usr/local/texlive/2013/bin/x86_64-linux. Although I've added the latter location to my path (as prompted by tl-install),
which pdflatex still tells me it's using the copy in
I need a way of forcing the new version to be used. It took 3 hours maxing out my bandwidth to install, so removing all packages with
tex in the name (or similar) and reinstalling isn't really an option.
I don't have to uninstall all the old stuff - I'm not short of disk space.
The easiest way is presumably to delete all the tex-related binaries in
/usr/bin - but how do I find them all?