I have an up-to-date installation of MacTeX (2012) on my machine, but a recent upgrade of my system software seems to have removed TeX from my path. TeX Live Utility recognizes my installation and confirms that it is current, as do the settings in System Preferences, but the path is missing.
Is there a TeX utility that I can run to restore it, or do I need to re-donwnload and re-run the MacTeX installer?
ls /etc/paths.d" from a terminal window. If
TeXdoesn't appear, issue "
echo /usr/texbin > TeX" and then "
sudo mv TeX /etc/paths.d"; the system will ask your password, give it and press return. Logoff an login. Note that I used the quotes only to emphasize the commands to issue.
path_helperto find what's in what's in
/etc/paths.d, but that's another issue). Is this the only MacTeX thing that Mountain Lion messed up, or have others found other issues since the upgrade?