On Mon, Mar 5, 2018 at 10:30 PM, Brian Wedde <wbr...@onlineed.com> wrote:
> Thanks Luigi. I am getting the "correct" results on my local workstation as
> well. However, when working on an installation on a Amazon Linux EC2
> instance, the index refuses to aggregate the results. This even happens if i
> copy my entire ConTeXt directory to the Amazon Linux machine verbatim. I
> have also tried the latest ConText version and get the same weird results. I
> am convinced that this has something to with the environment and not the
> installation itself, but I don't know where to look anymore. I am out of
> ideas. I have:
> - Disabled SELinux
> - Copied files from known working installation
> - Installed latest versions
> - chmod everything 777
> Any ideas on where to look would still be appreciated.
No idea ... you can send me your files off-list (as I have done).
Btw, I have used the texlive 2017.

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