[Tuglist] Re: Help me in installing TeluguTeX
Mon, 1 Jul 2002 12:10:34 +0530
This is a silly question perhaps, but did you run 'texhash' after
installing the package? /usr/bin/texhash creates a list of input
files in the various sub directories in /usr/share/texmf/... When tex
runs, it does not manually look in the directories, rather it searches
the texhash generated table.
I have never installed the telugu tex package, but I did install
akaram, which is the gui based tamil tex editor. It installed quite
Incidentally, can anyone tell me if I can use Lyx to edit indian
language (tamil, hindi) documents? What do I need to do to achieve
On Monday 01 July 2002 09:00 am, you wrote:
> I am trying to install TeluguTeX and facing problems. Can anybody help me?
> The details are as following :
> [installation details deleted]
> Later I tried to ‘Texify’ the document.tex supplied with the files. LaTeX
> said it could not find the tlsyllable file as referred to in the *.tex file
> with command ‘\input’. The readme file says - “copy tlsyllable.tex,
> tlxlate.tex and tlteldigits.tex to a directory from where TeX can read
> \input files”. Then I copied the *.tex files to my home directory. Here
> LaTeX worked but another problem occurred. Now it says it could not read
> the *.pk files. When I see the *.DVI file only the first page appeared.
> So my questions are –
> (1) where should I copy the *.tex files (? Where are \input files?)
> (2) where should I copy the *.mf files. Is there any specific directory in
> Kindly help me.
> D. Venu Gopal
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