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I have TexLive 2013 distribution. I installed Kile. It seems, it has automatically installed some other texlive-base. Now what should I do to make it point to texLive 2013. Because even titlesec package is not found. Not only that, It has changed my system's LaTeX settings as well. If I run pdflatex from the terminal, I get the same error. This is the path of my TexLive 2013: /usr/local/texlive/2013/bin/x86_64-linux/ What should I do?

After running system check, I get this:

#script:runTests.sh
#basedir:/tmp/kde-subhamrH3NRA/kilehyWjqM/

[TeX]
mustpass=where,basic,kile
executable=tex
where=/usr/bin/tex
version=3.1415926
basic=0
kile=0

[PDFTeX]
mustpass=
executable=pdftex
where=/usr/bin/pdftex
basic=0
kile=0

[LaTeX]
mustpass=where,basic,kile
executable=latex
where=/usr/bin/latex
basic=0
kile=0
src=0

[PDFLaTeX]
mustpass=
executable=pdflatex
where=/usr/bin/pdflatex
basic=0
kile=0

[DVItoPS]
mustpass=
executable=dvips
where=/usr/bin/dvips
kile=0

[DVItoPDF]
mustpass=
executable=dvipdfmx
where=/usr/bin/dvipdfmx
kile=0

[PStoPDF]
mustpass=
executable=ps2pdf
where=/usr/bin/ps2pdf

[BibTeX]
mustpass=
executable=bibtex
where=/usr/bin/bibtex
basic=0
kile=0

[MakeIndex]
mustpass=
executable=makeindex
where=/usr/bin/makeindex
basic=0
kile=0

[Okular]
mustpass=where
executable=okular
version=0.17.5
okular=0
where=/usr/bin/okular

[Acroread]
mustpass=
executable=acroread
where=

[DVItoPNG]
mustpass=
executable=dvipng
where=/usr/bin/dvipng

[Convert]
mustpass=
executable=convert
where=/usr/bin/convert
  • Kile will take the path of tex binaries from system path. Are you able to compile from terminal? Additionally you may perform a System Check from SettingsSystem Check from kile. What does it say? – user11232 Mar 1 '14 at 13:34
  • I have edited my question @HarishKumar – subham soni Mar 1 '14 at 13:46
  • It seems, kile is taking something else. Did you completely remove your native tex distro that comes with linux? Check with kpsewhich titlesec. Kile won't modify the tex distribution but it reads paths. either completely remove native tex or put the path of texlive 2013 before /usr/bin/. – user11232 Mar 1 '14 at 13:53
  • The lines such as where=/usr/bin/pdflatex are clearly the problem – egreg Mar 1 '14 at 13:54
  • kpsewhich titlesec returns nothing. So I will reinstall my tex distribution – subham soni Mar 1 '14 at 13:58

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