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What is the actual `texmf.cnf` file of a docker TeX Live installation?

(Disclaimer: I am new to Docker.) I'd like to (locally) use TeX Live through docker. Running: $ docker run --rm -it -v $(pwd):/workdir danteev/texlive pdflatex test works nicely. The trouble is about ...
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bootstrapping a kpathsea-like package -- finding TEXMF roots

I am in the process of writing a Go-based TeX engine. (it's working well and I should have a first version based off the tex.web -> Pascal -> Go pipeline (with DVI output) ready shortly. TRIP ...
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What is the official way to add a new texmf tree to a texlive system on debian/ubuntu?

I have texlive installed on a debian-like host (linux mint) via apt. Now I would like to add a new texmf tree. What is the correct or recommended way to do it? I would like to keep this new texmf tree ...
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How change my TEXMFHOME directory config

I use Texlive 2018 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. I wanted to change my TEXMFHOME directory to hide it. I did it just creating a usertree in "~/.texmf" I've tried if [ -d ~/.texmf ] ; then export TEXMFHOME=...
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texlive: Personal "texmf.cnf"

I was wondering what is the official way to add personal configurations to texmf.cnf. I specifically want to add my own settings for this reason: Avoid linebreaks in LaTeX console / log output But ...
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Where do I place my own .sty or .cls files, to make them available to all my .tex files? - empowerment (kpathsea basics)

In order to have a non-TeXlive .sty file available, I followed the recommendations of this question : Where do I place my own .sty or .cls files, to make them available to all my .tex files?. I did ...
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What is `hugetex`? Does it even exist?

The file texmf.cnf contains the bit % If you want to change some of these sizes only for a certain TeX % variant, the usual dot notation works, e.g., % main_memory.hugetex = 20000000 I can't find ...
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