I recently ran into a problem when compiling a doc, where latex indicated a missing package, while Ubuntu indicated that it was installed. The missing package in question is
pst-node.sty but I think that's irrelevant.
All the packages in the compilation came from
/usr/local/texlive/2013/texmf-dist/tex/latex/. Indeed, when I do
the only tex-relevant path I get is
kpsewhich pst-node.sty returns nothing. However:
$ locate pst-node.sty /usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/pst-node/pst-node.sty
And using Synaptic, I can indeed see that pst-node is installed, through the
My question: how can I have only one LaTeX distribution on my computer? I'm happy keeping the one managed by Ubuntu (for simplicity), as I do not need very fine-grained Latex package management.