[OS X TeX] Re: textools --fixtexmftrees : parse error !
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Tue Nov 9 17:51:33 EST 2004
(sorry for the delay - I've been abroad and off-line for a week)
Gerben Wierda <Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl> wrote:
> No, not 'sudo rehash' but just 'rehash' (rehash is a built-in command in
> tcsh). Don't add sudo unless I ask you.
> Anyway, I would advise you to do a logout, a login and a start of
> Terminal. After you have done that, type
> which texexec
> it should respond
> Still, all this stuff shoul dnot be necessary (most people shoul dbe able
> to work with TeX without using the command line at all). But we'll see
> what is blocking you anyway.
thanks for your patience!
Sure, I also tried "rehash" without sudo, but that seemed to do nothing at all.
Fact is that after rehashing, updating the locate database and restarting
still it does not work.
I just typed "which texexec"
and, you're right, it respons:
But it doesn't help me:
Last login: Tue Nov 9 23:23:04 on ttyp2
Welcome to Darwin!
[powerbook:~] steffen% which texexec
[powerbook:~] steffen% cd /Users/steffen/Desktop/test_folder
[powerbook:~/Desktop/test_folder] steffen% texexec --pdf test.tex
`texexec.pl' not found.
Maybe it help's to have a look on how this thread started:
My whole (i-installer)Tex-system worked until I executed Hans' "textools --fixtexmftrees"
in order to work with his new TDS...
What can be changed/missed by this command?
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