I'm currently trying to install the beamer style called 'Frederiksberg' used for the University of Copenhagen. Their manual states:

  1. The directory which in the install package is named tex/latex/beamer/Frederiksberg needs to be put where LATEX will find it.
  2. The directory which in the install package is named dvips/Frederiksberg needs to be put where dvips will find it.

I did that:

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In a .tex file with beamer, I included \usetheme{Frederiksberg} according to the manual:

\usepackage[english, danish]{babel}

  \usetheme{Frederiksberg}      % or try Darmstadt, Madrid, Warsaw, ...
  \usecolortheme{} % or try albatross, beaver, crane, ...
  \usefonttheme[onlymath]{serif}  % or try serif, structurebold, ...
  \setbeamertemplate{navigation symbols}{}


\title[{\fontsize{6}{10}\selectfont \emph{Fysikken bag brint}}]{Fysikken bag brint}
\author[Casper Juul Lorentzen]{Casper Juul Lorentzen}
\institute[3z, HTX]{Albertslund Gymnasium}
\date[Fysik eksamensprojekt]{\today}





        \item Klassisk mekanik vs kvantemekanik \pause 
        \item Klassisk mekanik er en approksimation af verden \pause 
        \item Kvant tager over på atomare skalaer \pause 
        \item Bohr og Schrödinger

and I get the following error:

File `beamerthemeFrederiksberg.sty' not found. }

I have tried to run the tlmgr.bat file, I have tried to locate the directories not under the 'local' folder but merely under the 'latex' and 'dvips' folders, but I still get the error. How do I fix this?

  • Did you run texhash after you placed those files? The description on that github page is very poor. – daleif Mar 5 '20 at 22:17
  • You, sir, are a very helpful person. Running texhash worked. Thanks! – Cazo Mar 5 '20 at 23:56
  • It is listed at the bottom of that github page. Because it is so important, it should have been highlighted a lot more – daleif Mar 6 '20 at 6:30

This was fixed by running texhash.exe as suggested by daleif.

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