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In TeXstudio on Windows with MikTeX installed, it is generally sufficient to write \usepackage{<package_name>} e.g. \usepackage{tikz} in the preamble (after documentclass{article} and before begin{document}). You do not need to directly interface with MikTeX. For learning LaTeX, Overleaf is excellent. Other useful resources include Detexify, the ...


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If you are on Windows, you can install MikTeX. In the Texworks interface, you can simply write your document with \usepackage{tikz}; MikTeX will ask whether to install the package for you, and you will only have to accept it. You might need to look into you settings to fix this; I am no longer on Windows and cannot check it for you. If you are on Ubuntu (I ...


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If you are on Windows, you can download & install LaTeX packages using either MikTeX or TeXLive. If you are on Linux, you can download & install LaTeX packages using TeXLive. Another way is open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and run command sudo apt install texlive. Installing LaTeX packages require good internet speed and disk space (more than 2 GB). ...


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If you are getting an error message about missing files, there is a step even before this: finding which package you need to install. If you are installing a TeX Live (or MikTeX) package, this will be a file search on CTAN.org. It might return a CTAN package that is not available for installation with your version, but that you still need to install anyway....


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Under OpenSUSE, you can use this command: sudo zypper install 'tex(<package_name>.sty) Note that the OpenSUSE distribution can be installed under Windows 10 easily, through the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).


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I had the same problem, and fixed it by running the getnonfreefonts.pl script installed by install-getnonfreefonts with the options --sys --refreshmap --all. This correctly updated the font maps.


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As of Kile 3.0 (beta), now you can either download the .exe file from the Kile Downloads Page or install Kile from the Microsoft Store


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I had the same problem and the same error messages reinstalling TexLive, both on clean Windows and during an upgrade. As a workaround, you may download the TexLive2020 ISO and use it instead of the network installer which is searching the latest package repo. Present ISO has date 2020-04-06. You may find the download at CTAN Directory systems/texlive/Images ...


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I had the same problem and the same error messages reinstalling TexLive, both on clean Windows and during an upgrade. As a workaround, you may download the TexLive2020 ISO and use it instead of the network installer which is searching the latest package repo. Present ISO has date 2020-04-06. You may find the download at CTAN Directory systems/texlive/Images ...


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If you installed TeX Live using install-tl: sudo tlmgr remove --all.


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I had the same error in Debian Buster sudo apt install texlive-pictures where the following package resolved the issue.


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I am the developer of ZzTeX. I am happy to give you the TeX code, but there is no documentation. If you would like to use it, I'm also happy to create a design file for you and help you learn it. ~~ Paul


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There is a much easier way to install MikTex. Just install chocolatey on your windows 10. Refer: https://chocolatey.org/ Then go ahead to command prompt and run it as an administrator, then type in: choco install miktex


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I use texlive-full but remove the docs and the language packs from it. To do so, I don't install the texlive-full metapackage, rather all the packages that it installs (minus the docs and language packs). For this, I run this piped command: sudo apt install `sudo apt --assume-no install texlive-full | \ awk '/The following additional packages will be ...


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