[texhax] latexmk error in gnome-terminal
Susan.Dittmar at gmx.de
Wed Jan 16 15:49:03 CET 2013
Some more ideas for debugging:
gnome-terminal -e 'echo $PATH'
(notice the *single* quote!), to check whether that's the PATH inside
gnome-terminal -e 'type -a latexmk'
That should give you a list of all possible interpretations of 'latexmk'
within the gnome-terminal. Usually the first of those is executed.
gnome-terminal -e 'pwd'
will give you the working directory gnome-terminal assumes.
gnome-terminal -e 'ls f.tex'
will show you if the file f.tex is found in this working directory.
gnome-terminal -e 'latexmk f.tex' > logfile.out 2>&1
will write all *gnome-terminal*'s output (including error messages) into
file logfile.out, which you then can have a look at (using more or any
gnome-terminal -e 'latexmk f.tex > logfile2.out 2>&1 < /dev/null'
will write all *latexmk*'s output (including error messages) into file
logfile2.out, which you then can have a look at (using more or any
editor). The addition of '</dev/null' makes sure latexmk receives input
(empty) in case it needs that.
Hope this helps,
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