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Direc­tory tex-archive/support/texlive/texlive-dummy/openSUSE

This is a "dummy-package" which achieves the dependencies of the
openSUSE TeX Live packages without installing the real files. This
makes it possible to install the original TeX Live distribution
(http://www.tug.org/texlive/) without the overhead of the openSUSE
packages. The "dummy-package" provides scripts in "/etc/profile.d/"
for setting the correct pathes of the TeX Live binaries (you should
use the default installation path "/usr/local/texlive/"). After
installing a new-year "dummy-package" uninstall the previous one.

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this
software under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License
(LPPL), version 1.3.

The LPPL maintenance status of this software is 'author-maintained'.

Rolf Niepraschk

Mon Jan 17 2012 Rolf.Niepraschk@gmx.de



Files

Name Size Date Notes
README 804 2014-01-14 11:43
texlive-dummy-2014.9999-1.noarch.rpm 5008 2014-06-16 08:19
texlive-dummy-2014.9999-1.src.rpm 4427 2014-06-16 08:19

texlive-dummy-open­suse – Dummy TeX Live RPM for use with Open SUSE

The pack­age solves a prob­lem re­lat­ing to use of TeX Live un­der a Linux dis­tri­bu­tion: Linux dis­tri­bu­tions typ­i­cally re­quire LaTeX by de­fault, but only dis­tribute a rather out-of-date ver­sion. So, by de­fault, the user who wants to use cur­rent TeX Live has to un­der­take “dirty tricks” to over­ride the de­fault Linux TeX.

The so­lu­tion is to de­clare that LaTeX is al­ready in­stalled; a later in­stal­la­tion of TeX Live will there­fore have no prob­lem run­ning on the sys­tem. The present pack­age solves the prob­lem for SUSE Linux dis­tri­bu­tions.

Pack­age De­tailstexlive-dummy-open­suse
Ver­sion2014.9999-1
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerRolf Niepraschk
Topics sup­port for (La)TeX in­stal­la­tions
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