[OS X TeX] bash: rtf2latex2e: command not found ??
Gerben.Wierda at rna.nl
Mon Nov 29 18:26:25 EST 2004
On 29 Nov 2004, at 16:20, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 29 nov. 04, à 15:39, Steffen Wolfrum a écrit :
>> The Terminal says
>> darwin-current: No such file or directory
>> Up to now I didn't change anything (have a fresh 10.3.6 installation
>> and upon that some current i-packages, that's it).
>> I am very carefully, for Gerben always stresses that he does NOT
>> recomment to use the terminal at all i.e. change path settings when
>> working with i-installer.
>> So, what can be done?
> In i-Installer, with the TeX i-Package, you may try running the
> Configure stage (possibly selecting Expert mode, I'm not sure) and
> select the CLI Activation stage. This will add in /etc/csh.login and
> /etc/profile lines, that will add /usr/local/bin to you path. Then, in
> Terminal you will get:
> $ echo $PATH
> and rtf2latex2e will be find through its alias:
> $ ls -l rtf2latex2e
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root admin 38 17 Nov 15:12 rtf2latex2e ->
/usr/local/bin is not added by the TeX i-Package (as it does not
install anything there). It is added by the Ghostscript package.
There is just an omission that not all packages that install in
/usr/local/bin come with the tool (setloginpath) to add /usr/local/bin
to the default PATH (from the back of my head). This is a todo.
> Bruno Voisin
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