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XeTeX wasn't built when cross-compiling TeXLive

I'd like to cross compile TeXLive on a Arch Linux build system for the host and target MIPS. I have set up a correct MIPS compiling toolchain (OpenWRT SDK). I get TeXLive source through rsync -a --...
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how to use \href or \ref for creating a link within the document

I would like that when I click the word 'universe' in the following MWE, it takes me to Fig of duck. How can that be done? \documentclass[]{report} \usepackage[]{graphicx} \usepackage{chngcntr} ...
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How to preserve text wrapping from WinShell to GitHub [duplicate]

I am using WinShell as editor for my Latex text. I use GiHub to share my test with others. My problem is in my WinShell the text is wrapped correctly. But in GiHub, the text appears not the same. The ...
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Different fonts in Windows and Linux

I'm using lualatex to create PDFs with lyrics. Here is an example slide with one verse: \documentclass[12pt,sansfont,16x9]{elpres} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{pagecolor} \pagecolor{black} \color{...
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Bibliography not working in Mac after compiling in Linux

I am working on a paper with my teacher. He works on mac and me on Fedora. He uses TexShop or TexPad, and I use TexStudio. We have always had issues, sometimes it would take him a few tries for his ...
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Usable XeLaTeX file for every Editor/TeX front-end program

The problem: Some times we have to prepare a LaTeX project on our linux and to give it to another person to run it on Windows or mac. We don't really know what TeX front-end program will the other ...
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Which auxiliary LaTeX files should be ignored by Version Control Software?

I'm about to start version controlling my LaTeX documents with Git but I haven't used either very much. I would like to version only the files needed to compile the document but I use different OS's (...