[OS X TeX] How to set a path in OS X.4
maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Thu Nov 24 23:25:27 CET 2005
On 24 Nov 2005, at 23:17, Georg Verweyen wrote:
> Maarten Sneep schrieb:
>> pstopdf is an apple installed tool which lives in /usr/bin
> Yep ... still
> pstopdf file.eps
> gets stuck somewhere -- making me a bit nervous. Maybe a user vs.
> root problem?
Did you repair the permissions with Disk Utility?
>> For the rest however: "it depends", answer these questions, and
>> we'll get you there:
>> Q: how did you install TeX? If you used the i-Installer, then I
>> would suggest you install the ghostscript package, and let it
>> configure the path for you.
> TL 2005, but it might be a rest from a previous installation.
The new TL2005, a.k.a. MacTeX? Or i-Installer, TL 2005 binaries/layout?
>> Q: Which OS version, or more to the point: which shell do you use?
> OS X 10.4.3 using the terminal (bash)
I still recommend you install the ghostscript i-Package, but you can
add the path to your .bashrc or .profile (I always forget which is
this is for you only, if you have more than one user on your Mac,
you'll need some different trickery, but this allows you to test.
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