[OS X TeX] fresh convert

andi petculescu a-petculescu at northwestern.edu
Tue Nov 15 17:14:19 CET 2005

Hi everybody,

Thank you all for the warm welcome and the useful information. I was 


At 06:27 PM 11/14/2005, you wrote:

>On Nov 14, 2005, at 7:00 PM, andi petculescu wrote:
>>I'm switching to mac os-x and all the goodies. I also want to start
>>using latex. If I google "latex download" I get a lot of sites,
>>versions etc. How do I choose? Which is the best? (Guess I'll have
>>to take an average of the replies)
>As Alan Litchfield just mentioned, most people find Gerben Wierda's
>TeX distribution for Mac OS X to be the easiest to install and most
>complete. He has some for nice additions to the TeXLive and teTeX
>distributions. You can find his i-Installer at:
>You can find details on installing at:
>The front end that many people like (there are other good ones) is
>TeXShop, which can also be obtained from:
>You should also have a look at Joe Slater's getting started article
>at (click on "Getting Started" at the top:
>Finally, you should also look at the "LaTeX on Mac OS X FAQ" at:
>Good luck.
>-- Gary
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