9.10 with TeX Live 2009 and TeXmaker 1.9.2
chrisptex at googlemail.com
Fri Jan 8 13:51:23 UTC 2010
Am 08.01.2010 um 11:00 schrieb Christoph Bier:
> Christian Pleul schrieb am 08.01.2010 07:42:
>> Am 07.01.2010 um 23:34 schrieb Christoph Bier:
>> As you said,
>> which pdflatex
>> points to the right directory, but unfortunately, Texmaker now
>> Error : could not start the command
>> when trying to start PDFLaTeX with default notation as
>> pdflatex -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex
>> If I point Texmaker to
>> it works just fine.
>> I also did a logout/login, as well as an uninstall/reinstall of
>> Texmaker (also of the .deb file from the website of Texmaker) no
> I guess it's an TeXmaker issue. You should consult a corresponding
> mailing list.
> FYI: If you intent to use LaTeX for your every day work have a look
> at Emacs (emacs-snapshot-common → with antialiased fonts) and AUCTeX
> (Ubuntu's version is still outdated, download from ). It's not
> that eye candy but much more powerful than TeXmaker. In the last
> twelve years I tested many LaTeX editors and always ended up with
> Emacs and AUCTeX.
>>> Me, too. Though the output of pdflatex you sent in your first
>>> posting wasn't as expected I'd like to see what
>>> latex -v
>> That gives the (I think) correct output, with
>> chrisp at chrisp-desktop:~$ latex -v pdfTeX 3.1415926-1.40.10-2.2
>> (TeX Live 2009) kpathsea version 5.0.0 […]
> Yes, that's the expected output.
Thanks Christoph for your patient support. I contact the developer of Texmaker and will see what he/she is going to say.
Thanks as well for your further suggestions.
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