Stefano, does latex/pdflatex work by itself? If so, which version is
running? I had the same problem and I had to change the path to point
to the new installation.

Julio Rojas

On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 5:33 PM, stefano franchi
<> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 15, 2011 at 10:09 AM, Rich Shepard <> 
> wrote:
>> On Thu, 15 Sep 2011, stefano franchi wrote:
>>>   I am sure this question has been asked before, but searching the list
>>> and the wiki did not produce any result. (please redirect me to the
>>> correct place if I am wrong. Or enlighten me and I'll a dd a wiki page if
>>> none exists).
>> Stefano,
>>  I don't have a generic answer but can write that I've had no problems
>> upgrading TeXLive. I run Slackware and there's a SlackBuild script that
>> correctly compiles everthing. Of course, one compressed source file is 1.2G
>> in size so it takes a while to download, and the build also takes a long
>> time, a lot of disk space (about 5G), and strsses the CPU.
>>  But, when the package is built, I upgrade the installation, then invoke
>> LyX to check. It fires right up and works without any involvement by me.
> Hi Rich,
> I am on Kubuntu, but did not use its Debian-derived package system to
> upgrade Texlive. I went at it directly with the Texlive net installer.
> Installation was fine. Indeed, I am now using lyx to write, exporting
> the file to Latex, and then doing all my compilations either from the
> command line or from Kile.
> It is just Lyx that refuses to see the new installation. Perhaps I
> should trash the relevant config files in my ~/.lyx folder? Can anyone
> know which ones?
> Best,
> Stefano
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