[OS X TeX] texmf path

Holger Frauenrath mail at frauenrath.com
Fri Feb 11 06:30:07 EST 2005

On Feb 11, 2005, at 12:17, Peter Dyballa wrote:

> Am 11.02.2005 um 12:02 schrieb Holger Frauenrath:
>> I have just switched my computer at work from a setup with local 
>> users to mounting the home directories from a server.
>> Now, TeX does not seem to find my local texmf tree in ~/Library/texmf 
>> anymore, probably (just my guess) because the home directories are 
>> mounted to /home instead of /Users (that is our IT department's 
>> default setup, for cross platform compatibility, so I was told).
>> Could this be the reason? If so, where do I have to change the path 
>> info?
> It should not! In /usr/local/teTeX/texmf.cnf it's written:
> 	HOMETEXMF = $HOME/Library/texmf
> Could you check in shell what $HOME is set to? (echo $HOME) What do 
> you see when you type in a shell in Terminal:
> ls -l $HOME/Library/texmf
> --
> Greetings
>   Pete

Sorry for bothering everybody, it was my mistake. The variable is o.k. 
What happened is that when I copied my home folder to the server, the 
Finder obviously skipped some files. The texmf folder was copied, but 
not all subdirectories!? So some of the required files were missing. I 
copied them, and everything works fine now.

Sorry, once again.

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