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Old 09-26-2008, 11:27 AM   #1
chp
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Help: Chinese support in TeXlive


I want to compile some files containing Chinese characters with LaTeX. These files use the CJK package to support Chinese.

I used the TeXlive DVD to do the job when Fedora 8 didn't include TeXlive into the system as default.

Now in Fedora 9, there are TeXlive packages compiled by the Fedora guys, but when I compiled my files, I found the error "file CJK.sty not found". I did install the texlive-{,texmf-}east-asian packages. So I wonder how I can solve the problem as I prefer the TeXlive within the system to the DVD.


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