[Tuglist] A suggestion - contd..
Duvvuri Venu Gopal
24 Aug 2002 16:08:56 -0000
> SV> Hi, I have a small suggestion to make. Now that TUG
> SV> conference is being held in India for the first time, how
> SV> about a small article about Tex, Knuth and the theme of the
> SV> conference in one of the computer magazines? This may help in
> SV> popularising Tex. Earlier, I had suggested that one of the
> SV> computer magazines could be requested give
> SV> tex+emacs+ghostview+Auctex in a CD-ROM. May be we can combine
> SV> this with a write up on Tex also on the occasion of the first
> SV> TUG being held in India. Unfortunately, I have no contacts
> SV> through whom I can carry out this idea! I can only offer this
> SV> as a suggestion.
PC-Quest has already published a single page article on TeX around October 2001 and it also gave TeX for Windows. In fact I started using LaTeX after reading that article though I have Linux system for the last 1 year. But I could not use the TeX distributed by PC-Quest, instead I am using the Linux one. Thanks to CVR, I learnt about AUC-TeX and some two months back I downloaded and installed it. Now TeXing is a pleasure.
>KG: How about writing an article on TeX and friends and requesting
>PCQuest or similar ones to carry it? We can provide them a TeXLive 7
>CD for them to duplicate and supply with the issue. TeXLive 7 is a
>ready to run TeX setup for GNU/Linux, Win32 and Mac OS X in a single
>CD and its licence permits anyone to duplicate and redistribute.
The combination mentioned by SV may be got burnt on CDs in bulk (as it costs less than Rs.100/- per CD) and TUG members desirous it may get it for some nominal Price + handling charges.
1) I want to know about the ‘reftex’ mentioned in the recent mails. How to get it and How to install it.
2) I have gone to the Source-forge site to download the ‘preview-latex’ but confused. It is better if some one who already downloaded and installed it writes about which files to down load and the procedure for installation for Linux.