[tex-live] Rubber and Tex Live Native
raphael.lallement at laposte.net
Mon Aug 15 14:46:10 CEST 2011
sorry for the delay in my answer but I was away.
So I tried to create the .bash_profile in my home folder (I also tried with a .bash_login) but it actually doesn't work. It works only in the case when I connect to my computer using bash (i.e. in Ubuntu Ctrl+Alt+F1 for instance). When I login in graphic mode it doesn't work.
I found another way, using /etc/environment but it's not really the proper way to do it. If you know another way to do it please tell me. I'm sorry to bother you with Linux related questions.
Anyway, using /etc/environment works fine with rubber. And if you're interested, the Latex plugin for gedit works really well with it.
Thank you again for your time.
> Message du 07/08/11 19:18
> De : "Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard"
> A : "raphael.lallement"
> Copie à : "Zdenek Wagner" , "George N. White III" , texlive at tug.org
> Objet : Re: [tex-live] Rubber and Tex Live Native
> Le 07/08/2011 16:23, raphael.lallement a écrit :
> > thank you all for your answers. So indeed rubber doesn't use the good path
> > because I set it only in .bashrc. By the way, to launch gedit from a terminal
> > is still not enough, the path is not evaluated or not given to gedit
> > (strange, isn't it ?). So I would like to try the solution involving
> > .bash_profile but I can find it (I tried with the find command). I'm using
> > ubuntu I could make a difference. Do you have any idea of where exacly
> > is/should be the file. Or the Ubuntu equivalent. Thank you.
> Juste create the file in your home.
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