Re: Question about LaTeX...
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In linux.debian.user, you wrote:
> Sridhar M.A. wrote:
>> On Tue, Oct 14, 2003 at 03:54:21PM +0200, JG wrote:
>> > No. You don't need to run anything as root. These are user files. In
>> > Debian you don't need to run texhash in this case. Example:
>> Yes. I was thinking of the scenario where a style file is put in a place
>> which needs to be globally accessible. In such a case, I would put it
>> in a directory under the TeX tree and run texhash.
> Then I guess that the best idea is simply to maintain
> a tetex compatible TEXMF directory in `/usr/local'
Shouldn't this kind of facility be built into the debian package
automatically. If not how do I request a feature?
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