On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 5:21 AM, Laura Poggio <laura.poggio@...> wrote:
> Miktex is a windows system (that I am using with great satisfaction under
> windows) but it has the tools that can be installed under unix. As Latex
> distribution I am using texLive (included in Fedora). This just to clarify,
> soma points.
> Coming back to the original problem, I did make install even a couple of
> times. How do I check that the library is on the file system?
> Thank you.
Have you looked for tools that will find a given file on the system?
(hint: "man locate")
Doing "make install" more than once without analyzing the reason
for a failure just complicates matters. Did you get errors from the
You should spend a little time learning some of the basics of unix/linux
programming. Consider your question part of your final exam. Without
some understanding of the basics you are really groping in the dark.
There are lots of good tutorials on the internet and also many books.
> Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 14:01:46 +0200
>> From: Matthias Pospiech <matthias.pospiech@...>
>> Subject: Re: [MiKTeX] miktex tools and fedora 9
>> To: "A place for MiKTeX users to discuss MiKTeX related questions."
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>> paul@... schrieb:
>> > Quoting Laura Poggio <laura.poggio@...>:
>> > Last I checked, mikTeX is a Windows system. Windows systems do not
>> > work on Linux systems. Please choose a linux product for your linux
>> > system
>> Miktex ist also available on Linux and thus is a linux product.
>> >> I am trying to install miktex tools on a fedora 9 system. I followed the
>> >> instruction on the web page. But when I am trying to call mpm I get the
>> >> following error:
>> >> "mpm: error while loading shared libraries:
>> >> libMiKTeX207-packagemanager.so.1: can not open shared object file: No
>> >> file or directory".
>> >> I tried to run ldconfig, but it did not work (or maybe I did not run it
>> >> the proper way).
>> Did you run "make install"
>> Have you checked tht such a libary is on the filesystem?
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