[texhax] latex doesn't find style files
daleif at imf.au.dk
Fri Mar 30 14:10:18 CEST 2012
Axel E. Retif wrote, On 2012-03-30 14:05:
> On 03/30/2012 04:55 AM, Lars Madsen wrote:
>> Axel E. Retif wrote, On 2012-03-30 11:15:
>>> But, at least in Linux Mint, you also have /etc/login.defs, with said
>>> but I haven't use login.defs with Ubuntu or Mint.
>> What is the difference between the two?
> If you mean between Ubuntu and Mint, to start with, I don't remember if
> Ubuntu has login.defs ---most likely it does.
> But beyond that, Mint started as basically an Ubuntu redistribution with
> non-libre codecs that might cause problems in countries with software
> patents (the USA and Japan, as far as I know), codecs that are not part
> of the Ubuntu default installation (that is, not in the DVD, but you can
> install on your own).
> But with the recent move of Ubuntu as a competitor for MacOS-iOS and
> Microsoft 8 (one interface does it all ---desktop, tablet and
> television), which has alienated many traditional desktop users like me,
> Mint is gradually moving away from Ubuntu and getting closer to Debian;
> and it does provide various alternatives to the also controversial Gnome
> 3 (like Mate and Cinnamon, as well as Mint Gnome Extensions), and
> *doesn't* provide Unity.
That I already know, I was refering to
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