9.10 with TeX Live 2009 and TeXmaker 1.9.2
christoph.bier at web.de
Sun Jan 3 14:38:55 UTC 2010
Christian Pleul schrieb am 03.01.2010 09:14:
> Firstly, I installed TeX Live 2009. After finishing, I added
> to my .bashrc and to the system wide bash.bashrc.
Is there a line containing
at the end of those files?
> I created a .tex file with gedit and compiled it using the terminal (after cd to the dir) with
> pdflatex foo.tex
> and it worked fine.
> After I installed TeXmaker 1.9.2 via Synaptic. The configuration shows standard parameters.
> But the strange thing, when I compile a .tex file using TeXmaker, the editor works but _does not_ use the TeX Live 2009, instead the .log file shows:
> This is pdfTeXk, Version 3.141592-1.40.3 (Web2C 7.5.6) (format=pdflatex 2010.1.3) 3 JAN 2010 08:44
> entering extended mode
> %&-line parsing enabled.
> LaTeX2e <2005/12/01>
> Why is TeXmate not using TeX Live 2009? Does it something has to do with the PATH config for the root user, because
> sudo env
> does not include the PATH mentioned above?
> Please excuse myself if I am not precise enough, but I am quite new to Ubuntu
> Thanks in advance,
You seem to have installed another TeX distribution. Depending on
Synaptic's configuration not only dependent but also recommended
packages get installed---TeXmaker recommends texlive-latex-extra
that itself depends on texlive-common etc. I guess you've installed
Ubuntu's TL 2007 when installing TeXmaker. What's the output of
dpkg -l tex-common
(the last command as user and root)?
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