Bug#204953: tetex-bin: Same Problem (maybe)
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On October 12, 2004 07:25, you wrote:
> On 08.10.04 Tyson Whitehead (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > I can't quite read the original bug report, but I may have
> > experienced the same problem.
> I disagree.
That's what I've been told. All I could read from the bug report on my
machine was the title (which sounded like the same problem). The body was
littered with control characters that obscured the text in it when I tried
viewing it on my box.
> > Generating /var/lib/texmf/web2c/fmtutil.cnf ... done
> > Regenerating /var/lib/texmf/web2c/updmap.cfg ... done
> > /kpsewhich: No such file or directory
> So, why should kpsewhich sit directly below / ?
I've got no idea what went wrong with kpsewhich. That's just what it said
everytime '/usr/bin/kpsewhich' was invoked with some options (as is done in
the tetex-base.postinst package).
I finally (after a couple of hours of reading bug reports and reinstalling the
various tetex packages) reinstalled the libkpathsea3 package and everything
is fine now. I can't even reproduce the problem.
I posted the message because I figured maybe the original poster needed to
reinstall his libkpathsea3 package as well. The title sounded like he was
having the same problems (and the other messages sounded like others couldn't
duplicate the problem).
My system is (now) fine.
Tyson Whitehead (-email@example.com -- WSC-)
Computer Engineer Dept. of Applied Mathematics,
Graduate Student- Applied Mathematics University of Western Ontario,
GnuPG Key ID# 0x8A2AB5D8 London, Ontario, Canada
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