[OS X TeX] Newbie questions:

Arno Kruse arnokruse at macnews.de
Thu Jun 8 17:28:31 CEST 2006

Am 08.06.2006 um 13:31 schrieb Bruno Voisin:

> Le 8 juin 06 à 12:28, Peter Dyballa a écrit :
>> It's not that easy: you need, as I was complaining on the MacTeX  
>> list, a decent ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist for this to work. (I  
>> think I made earlier this year enough experiments on this topic in  
>> Mac OS X 10.4/Tiger in bash or tcsh based environments to state  
>> this. But I am still curious if there is a way to solve this with  
>> RC files!)
> Regarding these experiments on the MacTeX list, is there some  
> repository from which the original poster or any other X11-oriented  
> list subscriber can download the latest version of your archive  
> MacTeX_and_X11.zip? Or is it included in the MacTeX distro? (I  
> haven't attempted to install this distro, being too much at ease  
> with the TeXShop/i-Installer combination after years of use to  
> consider a switch.)

I have chosen the text above as an example: During the last weeks I  
feel more and more helpless, because I do not understand what Bruno,  
Peter and many other are talking about. I do not understand the  
problems nor do I understand the answers.

Is this the false list for me? Am I alone so stupid not to  
understand? Is it necessary to be an expert if I only want to use (La) 
TeX and get informations?

I hoped to get old without becoming senile. My doubts arise.

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