I'm no wizard, but this worked for me in a similar situation, so fingers 
crossed it might work for you too

Change the input stack size by editing your texmf.cnf file. Mine is in 
/etc/texmf/texmf.cnf, but yours might be different. Look in that file 
for the line that says:

and change it to something bigger ( I don't know how much! ).
The wizardry bit is that you have to run `fmtutil -all' to update your 
TeX installation to use the new stack_size.

Incidentally, my Debian distribution says I'm not allowed to edit 
texmf.cnf directly, I have to edit stack_size in the file 
/etc/texmf/texmf.d/95NonPath/ and then run update-texmf before I run 


magni wrote:

>I just installed the new version 1.2.0, and although it works fairly well I 
>have a big problem with RevTeX. The install went clean, BTW.
>Whenever I make a NewFromTemplate->RevTeX4, and compile it without modifying 
>it, I get 4 errors the first being: 
>TeX capacity exceeded, sorry (input stack size=300). If you really absolutely 
>need more capacity, you can ask a wizard to enlarge me.
>Now, not being a wizard myself, my only hope is to find one among you ;-)
>Oh, NewFromTemplate->RevTeX gives me 29 similar errors, just at the beginning 
>of the document

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