There is already a (unanswered) question to this topic in windows, but I thought it is clearer if I open a new one.
When I start TikzEdt on Linux I get this error message:
It might be that you do not have Latex installed, or the wrong pdflatex path is provided in the settings. TikzEdt cannot work without Latex. Please download a Latex distribution, e.g., MikTeX or TexLive. If you did install it, please check that pdflatex is in the %PATH% or that the path in the settings is set correctly.
In installed TexLive and 'which pdflatex' gives:
I don't now what they mean with "that the path in the settings is set correctly"? I changed "pdflatex" to "/usr/bin/pdflatex" in the settings of TikzEdt first at the field General>Command pddlatex and then as well in Compiler>Precompilation arguments (even i thought this would be odd). But it still doesn't work. Where to I have to change this?
If %PATH% refers to $PATH then
/usr/bin is in there...