[Mac OS X TeX] italian hyphenation

Alessandro Languasco languasc at math.unipd.it
Wed Jan 2 07:04:54 EST 2002


sorry sorry sorry.  :-)
Now everything works. I did not remember that I have to rerun
the /settcshtexpath command  after every upgrade of Mac OS X.

A VERY VERY big thanks again


On Wednesday, January 2, 2002, at 12:13 , Gerben Wierda wrote:

> On Wednesday, January 2, 2002, at 11:49 , Alessandro Languasco wrote:
>> Thanks a lot for your suggestion. But I was not able to do that yet.
>> I have obtained the following message:
>> [localhost:~] languasc% sudo texconfig hyphen pdflatex
>> Password:
>> sudo: texconfig: command not found
>> I have to be in some specific directory to run texconfig or maybe I
>> have to run some other command before ?
>> I have the teTeX distribution associated with TeXshop.
>> Sorry if this question is stupid.  Maybe you (or some other guy) 
>> already
>> said what I have to do to abilitate the tex commands.
> Nice word (Calvin: "Verbing nouns weirds language").
> Anyway, run the following command:
> 	/usr/local/teTeX/bin/powerpc-apple-darwin-current/settcshtexpath
> and then restart Terminal. As it says in the README that comes with the 
> installer. You did read the readme all the way to the end, did you? ;-)
> Explanation: My installer adds the correct PATH settings to the end of 
> your PATH environment variable in the global init files. As the README 
> says, upgrading or reinstalling Mac OS X may (or may not) overwrite 
> those settings (actually, they reset them with the default values for 
> which there is absolutely no need). Run the above command after every 
> upgrade of Mac OS X.
>> Another question: do you know where I can find a guide to
>> teTeX distribution? Something where I can learn how to abilitate
>> the commands, and how is organized the teTeX path... and so on.
> You do not need to enable anything by hand. A normal installation 
> should 'just work' after you have installed it and restarted 
> Terminal.app. If you use TeXShop, it should just work even after a Mac 
> OS X Upgrade.
> It is all there already. The dmg contains some help files and these can 
> also be found in the directory /Library/teTeX
> G

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