Re: Do teTeX packages work well?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
email@example.com (Martin Schulze) writes:
> Anyway there should be sufficient documentation about LaTeX across
> the net. I just re-read the german lkurz alias LaTeX2e-Kurzbeschreibung.
> I'm sure that a similiar english document does exist, too.
Actually Joerg Knappens LaTeX2e-Kurzbeschreibung "l2kurz.dvi" is based
on "l2short.dvi" by Tobias Oetiker et al. The wonderful thing about
teTeX is that it comes along with lots of documentation. You can find
the aformentioned documents and some more in your texmf hierarchy
I don't know the exact place in a Debian setup because i prefer to
maintain my own TeTeX installation under "/usr/local/". That way i can
upgrade my teTeX by using Thomas Esser's fine update sharfiles without
compromising the Debian package management. I'm probably an idiot for
not using Christoph Martin's really great prepackaged Debian version
of teTeX. ;-)
Regards, P. *8^)
Paul Seelig firstname.lastname@example.org
African Music Archive - Institute for Ethnology and Africa Studies
Johannes Gutenberg-University - Forum 6 - 55099 Mainz/Germany
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