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Old 10-05-2003, 09:46 PM   #1
ryancw
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how to easily add packages to teTeX under RH9


I have used MikTeX on Win98 a bit, although I am still a novice. I like the MikTeX package manager utility: it makes it very easy for me to see, in a GUI sort of way, what packages are installed and not installed, and it makes it easy to install new ones.

I now have moved to a dual boot Win 98--Linux RH9 system, mainly to get my feet wet with LInux and see if I can learn it, and if I like it.

Does teTeX have a similarly easy way to install new packages? Doesn't have to be GUI for my tastes, but something that puts all the new little files into all the right places automatically would be nice.

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