# [OS X TeX] \linenumbers and only half of the page

Joshua Smith joshua.smith at ucsf.edu
Wed Feb 21 13:07:14 EST 2007

On Feb 21, 2007, at 9:57 AM, <stephenmoye at cox.net>
<stephenmoye at cox.net> wrote:
> A little Googling on comp.text.tex turned this up:
>
> \documentclass{article}
> \usepackage{amsmath}
> \usepackage{lineno}
>
> \begin{document}
>
> \linenumbers
>
> \section*{Mathematical Model}
>
> The application of poroelasticity to the consolidation of brain and
> neoplastic tissues is well established.  Considering brain and
> neoplastic tissues as homogeneous, isotropic, poroelastic materials
> and assuming infinitesimal deformation, the governing differential
> equations are
> \begin{linenomath} %%<<----- NOTICE
> \begin{gather}
> G \; \nabla^2 \vec{u} + \frac{G}{1 - 2 \nu} \; \nabla (\nabla \cdot
> \vec{u}) - \alpha \; \nabla p = 0 \label{Naviers_equations} \\[6pt]
> %
> \alpha \frac{\partial e}{\partial t} + \frac{1}{M} \frac{\partial p}
> {\partial t} - \kappa \;  \nabla^2 p = L_{p} \frac{S}{V} (p_{e} - p),
> \label{pressure_diffusion_equation}%
> \end{gather}
> \end{linenomath} %%<<----- NOTICE
> where the variable $\vec{u}$ is the displacement vector of the
> tissue, $p$ is the interstitial fluid pressure, and $e = \nabla \cdot > \vec{u}$ is the dilatation.
>
> \end{document}

Thanks, that fixes my problem, but I cannot speak for Thomas (who
originally started this thread).  I see now that it is explained in
the documentation.  I just find manuals hard to read when the user
commands are mixed with code explanation.

Josh