[XeTeX] Error upon install texlive on OpenBSD ports.
ajones394 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 11:14:34 CEST 2011
Thanks for your detailed help, I had to install texlive_texmf-full
instead of texlive_texmf-minimal to get all of it work, In earlier
texlive2010 this is how it should be done
according to the texlive port maintainer.
On 8/5/11, Peter Dyballa <Peter_Dyballa at web.de> wrote:
> Am 04.08.2011 um 15:02 schrieb Alan Jones:
>> ! LaTeX Error: File `xetex.def' not found.
>> Type X to quit or <RETURN> to proceed,
>> or enter new name. (Default extension: def)
> Here you could try to invoke, in a second shell, 'sudo texhash' to make your
> TeX installation aware of all its files. You can, before and after, verify
> with 'kpsewhich xetex.def' whether the file xetex.def can be found
> (kpsewhich works like any TeX executable would work in respect to the way
> TeX related files are searched). Finally you can use the locate utility (or
> find, which just needs more time) to determine whether xetex.def really
> exists. If not, you'll have to report that bug! But wait, you might check
> first the state of your TeX software:
> Actually it might be possible to use the tlmgr (TeX Live [distribution]
> Manager) script to update your TeX installation. You'll have to use the sudo
> command to gain super user privileges. It might also be possible that you
> check the OpenBSD Ports site and/or the TeX Live site to determine which
> repository has to be used for updating (sudo tlmgr --repository *url|path*).
> Tlmgr can also use X11 and open a GUI when invoked as 'sudo tlmgr --gui &'
> (it needs PerlTK). The first step should be to check the repository set
> whether it's the right one. Then make tlmgr update itself (sudo tlmgr
> [--repository *url|path*] --update --self). With the now potentially updated
> tlmgr utility you can check whether updates exist: sudo tlmgr [--repository
> *url|path*] --update --list. When you think it's the right time for an
> update substitute the "list" with "all". (The report from xetex "(TeX Live
> 2010-OpenBSD_Ports)" seems to indicate that you are not using the TL '11
> edition but it's preview. In that case tlmgr might fail to work or you'll
> have to supply with the URL to the TL '11 repository.)
>> I have not set the PATH yet in .profile file, what should the path be
>> for OpenBSD port for texlive2010. How woudl I go about correcting this
> The command 'echo $PATH' can show you where your shell searches fro
> executables. You can also invoke 'which xetex' which will show you which (of
> the potentially many xetex executables) is found and used.
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> matter, must often have the uncomfortable feeling that his paper and pencil
> surpass him in intelligence.
> – Ernst Mach
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