I installed the Full scheme of Tex Live 2014 with
install-tl on RHEL 5. I find that it no longer has the
texdoc-accessible PDF documentation. Am I missing something? Or is excluding the documentation a community decision that I was not aware of?
$ texdoc amsmath Sorry, no documentation found for amsmath. If you are unsure about the name, try searching CTAN's TeX catalogue at http://ctan.org/search.html#byDescription. $ texdoc tikz Sorry, no documentation found for tikz. If you are unsure about the name, try searching CTAN's TeX catalogue at http://ctan.org/search.html#byDescription.
I think I have my
PATHs correctly set, because I could compile a past project out-of-the-box. Anyways, I probably still missed something.
How do I install all the PDF documentation seamlessly?
The output of
texdoc -f is:
~/personal/local/texlive/texmf-dist/scripts/texdoc/texdoclib.tlu 0.85 Configuration files are: active ~/personal/local/texlive/texmf-dist/texdoc/texdoc.cnf Recommended file(s) for personal settings: ~/.texlive2014/texmf/texdoc/texdoc.cnf
This is a TeX Live 2014 that I installed myself, with a custom installation prefix
UPDATE (Terminal outputs)
Here is the (failure) output of
texdoc -d tikz: http://pastebin.com/Sxq25TeA
And here is the (success) output of
texdoc -d latex: http://pastebin.com/dMC9W7Yh, which I find weird because I get the documentation for KOMA-script.
UPDATE (Problem solved)
This option had to be enabled:
[X] Install macro/font doc tree
I don't think a
full installation scheme is needed. In my case, I customized the packages and disabled the ones that I do not need (mostly the ones for characters of non-Latin languages).