[OS X TeX] Does not find my private texmf tree

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Wed Sep 5 04:15:39 EDT 2007

Le 4 sept. 07 à 23:23, Josep M. Font a écrit :

> El 04/09/2007, a las 20:30, Richard Koch escribió:
>> If you directly install TeX Live 2007 yourself from the install  
>> script on the TUG DVD, then
>> the default location for a personal file is ~/texmf rather than ~/ 
>> Library/texmf. Did you
>> install that way?
> Not from the DVD. I think (I can't remember well enough) I  
> downloaded the first TeX Live 2007 separately in january and  
> installed it. Anyway, moving the private texmf tree where you  
> suggest solved the issue. Thanks for the information, and for your  
> great work!

Just to be sure, what does the next command report (taken from a  
recent message by Maarten Sneep, and yes there's indeed a line break  
in the command):

kpsewhich -show-path=tex -progname=latex| sed 's/:/\

Output should be something of the form:


In particular, check whether you get:




And which output do you get from:

kpsewhich texmf.cnf

Default with MacTeX should be:


Hope this helps,

Bruno Voisin
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