[texworks] TeXworks and Ubuntu 8.10
gwbennett at sentex.ca
Wed Sep 16 22:27:54 CEST 2009
Stefan, Hullo from Greg Bennett
I have returned to my Linux box and issued the assorted commands you so
Now I receive --
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
texworks: Depends: libhunspell-1.1-0 (>= 1.1.6-1) but is not installable
Depends: libpoppler-qt4-2 (>= 0.6) but is not installable
Depends: libpoppler2 (>=0.0) but is not installable
I was wondering whether I have broken something, or whether I have
failed to take precautions
before invoking the attempt to install TexWorks.
Thanks for any and all assistance
Cheers /Greg Bennett
Stefan Löffler wrote:
> On 2009-08-21 01:55, Greg Bennett wrote:
>> Good evening all. I have a spot of difficulty getting TeXworks
>> via Martin's package for Ubuntu.
> Just to point this out: Martin Sievers' Tw package doesn't seemed to be
> maintained anymore (the last working version was 252, and we're holding
> at 396 right now). I have created an alternate package repository at
> https://launchpad.net/~texworks/+archive/ppa, though (containing working
> versions for all currently maintained Ubuntu releases, plus Alain's manual).
>> I added the deb http://... to the end of /etc/apt/sources.list
>> and started the package manager. It was unhappy:
>> W:GPG Error: http://ppa.launchpad.net hardy Release.
>> The following signaturres couldn't be verified because the
>> public key is not available:
>> NO-PUBKEY ED53EEE353C62D85
> Ubuntu wants you to trust the respositories you install packages from.
> There's an explanation of how to do it on the package archive page on
> launchpad - just click on "Read about installing".
> The short version for installing texworks from my repository:
> Add the line
> deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/texworks/ppa/ubuntu hardy main
> to your /etc/apt/sources.list, then run the following commands in a
> terminal window:
> sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys CDF2E7E8
> sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install texworks
> (the first line tells Ubuntu that you trust the packages from that
> repository; the second line just updates the list of packages and
> installs texworks - you can do that via Synaptic as well).
> PS @Jonathan: I'd appreciate it if you could update the link on the
> building page.
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