[tex-live] Sharing installation over Lan
marco.pallante at gmail.com
Sun Feb 1 05:30:07 CET 2009
Thank you very much for your answers. On monday, I'm doing what Karl
says. The NAS drive is fully writeable and on a NTFS filesystem. It's
mounted under the Windows host and shared with the Linux guest of
the VM; I can tell for sure I've a full access to it from Linux.
Thank you again, I'm giving you some feedback as soon as I try.
2009/1/31 Karl Berry <karl at freefriends.org>:
> just adding the Linux support.
> I'm not sure on how to proceed.
> Like Lars said but with more words :) --
> Copy the binaries from
> http://tug.org/texlive/Contents/live/bin/i386-linux/ (or that directory
> on the DVD or whatever) into a new directory on your NAS drive,
> bin/i386-linux, a new sibling to the existing bin/win32.
> Then add /path/to/nas/drive/texlive/bin/i386-linux to your PATH when
> running on the (GNU/)Linux VM.
> I think that is it. No tinkering with TEXDIR or TEXMFSYS* should be
> needed as far as I can tell. (Assuming the NAS drive is writable.)
> Hope this helps.
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