[luatex] Finding user-specific Lua binary packages
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Mon Mar 16 16:07:43 CET 2015
Am Mon, 16 Mar 2015 17:00:09 +0200 schrieb Dirk Laurie:
>>> However, packages provided as shared objects are not found if put
>>> there, and I have not discovered where in $HOME/texmf I can put them.
>>> The manual says they are looked for in
>>> but this path seems not to provide for $HOME/texmf. I could put
>>> a symbolic link to the .so files in `.` every time, but that really defeats
>>> the purpose of kpse.
>> Can't you add more pathes in your local texmf.cnf?
> This, too, requires superuser privileges:
> $ kpsepath cnf
? I don't know this command. On windows I use
kpsewhich --show-path texmf.cnf
Imho not in a normal installation. There texmf-local is part of the
search path. Beside this you should be able to add any location by
setting the TEXMFCNF environment variable.
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