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2013-10-07
2013-10-08
  • Hi folks,

    I'm using TeXstudio to create a paper for the Linux Symposium. Unfortunately, when I go to compile the document, I'm getting an error:

    File: allura_2013.tex
    Type: error
    Line: 4
    Message: File 'ols.cls' not found .\usepackage

    Line 4 is from the default blank template: \usepackage{color,framed,url,zrl}

    I have my .tex document in a folder named "common" that has the file, ols.cls; any chance anyone can point me to the enviro variable I might need to get this to compile? I am on a tight deadline, so your help is greatly appreciated!

    Thank you,

    Daniel. SourceForge Community Manager

     
    • rickhg12hs
      rickhg12hs
      2013-10-07

      If you're on a tight deadline, just put ols.cls in the same directory as
      your tex file as that should be in your search path.

      On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 1:49 PM, Daniel Hinojosa hinojosa@users.sf.netwrote:

      Hi folks,

      I'm using TeXstudio to create a paper for the Linux Symposium.
      Unfortunately, when I go to compile the document, I'm getting an error:

      File: allura_2013.tex
      Type: error
      Line: 4
      Message: File 'ols.cls' not found .\usepackage

      Line 4 is from the default blank template:
      \usepackage{color,framed,url,zrl}

      I have my .tex document in a folder named "common" that has the file,
      ols.cls; any chance anyone can point me to the enviro variable I might need
      to get this to compile? I am on a tight deadline, so your help is greatly
      appreciated!

      Thank you,

      Daniel. SourceForge Community Manager

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      • Denis Bitouzé
        Denis Bitouzé
        2013-10-07

        just put ols.cls in the same directory as your tex file

        AFAICS, that's already the case.

        But \usepackage in Message: File 'ols.cls' not found .\usepackage is strange: are you loading ols.cls as \usepackage{ols.cls}? If so, that's not the right way and use instead:

        \documentclass{ols}
        \usepackage{...}
         ...
        
         
  • Hey folks,

    Thank you; moving the files out of the 'common' directory to the directory where the .tex file is located solved the issue. I'm all set.

    Again, thank you for the tip!

    d.