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vfilby at gmail.com
Fri Aug 26 12:55:42 EDT 2005
I didn't adjust any config files although I did attempt another
installation. I uninstalled using i-installer and rm -rf
/usr/local/tetex. Then I reinstalled using the i-installer. It still
is running pdfetex.
On 8/26/05, Bruno Voisin <bvoisin at mac.com> wrote:
> Le 26 août 05 à 16:35, Vince Filby a écrit :
> >> In case nothing works, I would recommend uninstalling TeX from i-
> >> Installer, backup your local additions from texmf.local, erase /usr/
> >> local/teTeX completely, then reinstall and see what happens.
> > That may be a good idea, when I tried reinstalling it before I didn't
> > rm the teTex directory. I will try that next.
> When uninstalling TeX, what you may have added or modified inside /
> usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/ isn't touched. Hence, if there is
> a config file there interfering with the working of the system, it
> won't be removed.
> Once everything is reinstalled, and you've verified LaTeX works, then
> you may put back your additions one by one, and see what happens.
> Also, in case that's what you did, never copy use verbatim a config
> or similar file from a previous TeX setup (for example your previous
> Debian TeX): inspect the config files from gwTeX, and merge back your
> modifications manually in these files, one by one.
> As a previous Textures user, I remember people once reporting
> problems here, which turned out to be caused by the fact that, when
> migrating to gwTeX, they had just copied their Textures TeX input
> directories inside ~ /texmf.
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