[OS X TeX] TeX on Yosemite
riseguin at earthlink.net
Fri Oct 17 05:39:27 CEST 2014
What exactly do these two Unix commands do? I’m guessing the “mv” might mean move, but it’s not clear where things are moved to.
mv /usr/local/texlive ~
mv ~/texlive /usr/local
Also, there is a space in the first command between “/texlive" and “~", and there is a space in the middle of the second command, between “/texlive" and “/usr". Are these two spaces supposed to be there?
On Oct 16, 2014, at 9:47 PM, Richard Koch <koch at math.uoregon.edu> wrote:
> The web page I just sent this mailing list warns that if you have TeX installed on an earlier
> system and you update it to Yosemite, there will be a long delay at the
> very end of installation.
> I just got a note from Ross Moore with an extremely helpful work-around.
> Dick Koch
> From Ross Moore:
> A colleague tells me that the way to update to Yosemite, with
> one or more TeX installations installed, is to first
> mv /usr/local/texlive ~
> do the install, then
> mv ~/texlive /usr/local
> This avoids the installer archiving then re-installing that
> hierarchy *file-by-file*.
> This kind of approach may be useful with other subdirectories
> of /usr/local as well.
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