Hi Andreas, On Sun, Dec 05, 2010 at 19:56 +0100, Andreas wrote: > I have just installed my Linux: "debian-504-i386-netinst.iso". You should make sure that you update your packages to the latest version, by issuing: # aptitude full-upgrade > No comes the problem. TexLive is installed. But it does not contain LaTeX! I > searched in the KPackage software manager for "latex" but could only find > some additional packages like latex-cjk-korean. > > How do I get LaTeX? Tex-Live should have latex included! LaTeX is typically not included in the tasks you've installed, but that does not mean that you can not install it. It has already been noted in this thread that you have to install the "texlive-latex-base" package to get a (minimal) LaTeX installation. I have never user KPackage and therefore can't help you with it and it seems as if it has been deprecated. Could you please issue the following commands in order to figure out if your packaging system is configured correctly: # cat /etc/apt/sources.list # apt-cache policy # apt-cache policy texlive-latex-base Unless there is an error in your configuration you should be able to install LaTeX with the following command: # aptitude install texlive-latex-base Note that there are a bunch of frontends for Debian's packaging system, most notably synaptic and aptitude-gtk (not in Lenny). -- .''`. Wolodja Wentland <email@example.com> : :' : `. `'` 4096R/CAF14EFC `- 081C B7CD FF04 2BA9 94EA 36B2 8B7F 7D30 CAF1 4EFC
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