9.10 with TeX Live 2009 and TeXmaker 1.9.2

Christian Pleul chrisptex at googlemail.com
Wed Jan 6 21:39:29 UTC 2010


Am 03.01.2010 um 15:38 schrieb Christoph Bier:

> Christian Pleul schrieb am 03.01.2010 09:14:
> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> Firstly, I installed TeX Live 2009. After finishing, I added
>> 
>> PATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux:\$PATH
> 
>> to my .bashrc and to the system wide bash.bashrc.
> 
> Is there a line containing
> 
> 	export PATH
> 
> at the end of those files?

I added it to the .bashrc and bash.bashrc.

I rebooted and started TeXmaker again, unfortunately without success.

>> 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.
>> **testtex2.tex
>> (./testtex2.tex
>> 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

chrisp at chrisp-desktop:~$ dpkg -l tex -common
Kein Paket gefunden, das auf tex passt.
Kein Paket gefunden, das auf -common passt.

> and
> 
> 	which pdflatex
> 
> (the last command as user and root)?

chrisp at chrisp-desktop:~$ which pdftex
/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux/pdftex
chrisp at chrisp-desktop:~$ which pdflatex
/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux/pdflatex


root at chrisp-desktop:~# which pdftex
/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux/pdftex
root at chrisp-desktop:~# which pdflatex
/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux/pdflatex


Best,
--
	Christian


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