[texhax] installing new styles with tetex on Linux
karl at freefriends.org
Fri Feb 13 15:34:55 CET 2004
This leaves my main tex distribution intact (so that when I upgrade
it I don't need to go in and fiddle, nor run any separate texconfig
It's also possible to do this with multiple texmf trees. I don't know
if miktex supports this, but web2c/tetex/texlive definitely do. That is
the focus of the documentation I revised/wrote for the 2003 TL release.
http://tug.org/docs/tldoc/english/livese3.html (and following).
(This doesn't directly address the original question of adding packages
off the net, though.)
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