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I have certain codes written in LaTeX with several diagrams in tikz-cd. I must compile these codes in other computer (with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS) and when I compile appear this error:

tikz-cd.sty not found

What should I do?

I have already tried downloading the tikz-cd.sty file and putting it in home/myuser/texmf and it doesn't work.

  • If you are not familiar with TDS (TeX Directory Structure), copy the file tikz-cd.sty in your current working directory. – Akira Kakuto Apr 5 '15 at 6:23
  • @AkiraKakuto Thanks, but now a new wrror appears: "I can't find file tikzlibraryquotes.code.tex" but I haven't a file with that name in order to do the same. Do you know what should I do? – user Apr 5 '15 at 7:21
  • You have to install pgf-tikz. Please ask ubuntu people. – Akira Kakuto Apr 5 '15 at 8:23
  • @AkiraKakuto I have already installed pgf-tikz. Last time I asked a question regarding a latex package in askubuntu I was asked to post that question here. So.. – user Apr 5 '15 at 8:49
  • Did you create ls-Rs by sudo mktexlsr? – Akira Kakuto Apr 5 '15 at 8:53
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You got two possibilities:

  • Use Ubuntu repositories; install tikz-cd via the Ubuntu package managing, such as by

    sudo apt-get install texlive-pictures
    
  • Download from CTAN, but then you need to update the PGF package as well! Because tikz-cd requires TikZ 3.0, specifically its quotes library.

You could consider changing to a current original TeX Live. Staying with Ubuntu's TeX version is pretty safe, as long as you don't add packages with newer dependencies.

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If you are using TexLive (mine is 2015), you may try the following commands:

sudo tlmgr install pgf
sudo tlmgr install tikz-cd
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