Re: TeX settings (Re: getting DocBook to print)
On Saturday, December 27, A.R. (Tom) Peters wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Dec 2003, Mark Johnson wrote:
> > On Friday, December 26, A.R. (Tom) Peters wrote:
> > > ..
> > >
> > > So I edited /etc/texmf/texmf.d/95NonPath
> > How did you know to edit the above file instead of editing
> > /etc/texmf/texmf.d/96passivetex.cnf?
> Thank you for your respons.
> Sebastian Rahtz mentions main_memory (which is 95NonPath), not
> main_memory.pdfxmltex (which is in 96passivetex.cnf).
> Nevertheless, the default passivetex setting for main_memory.pdfxmltex
> in that file is 500000, and apparently this value is not currently used
> when I run pdfxmltex on my system; as I noted below.
Maybe this should be filed as a bug against passivetex?? I know I've
experienced the same problem repeatedly with passivetex in its
> > > according to the recommendations
> > > by passivetex author Sebastian Rahtz on
> > > http://www.tei-c.org.uk/Software/passivetex/#body.1_div.3 , and ran
> > > update-texmf ; which indeed produced a new /etc/texmf.cnf with the proper
> > > parameter values. However, running pdfxmltex gave the same error:
> > > apparently TeX is still using too little memory.
> > >
> > > So how am I supposed to increase the memory assigned to TeX on Debian?
> > >
> > > Note: I don't understand where the 263001 in the error log listed above is
> > > coming from: the original default is 263000 . Moreover, the passivetex
> > > package adds to the texmf.cnf:
> > > main_memory.pdfxmltex = 500000
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