Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-04 Thread Julio Rojas
In summary, it doesn't, as I have a full installation...

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:25 AM, Denis Navas Vega denis.na...@gmail.com
wrote:

 I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not conceived
 for Windows.

 Probably you have to review how TexLive automatically actualize packages
 on demand (when needed).





Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-04 Thread Julio Rojas
In summary, it doesn't, as I have a full installation...

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:25 AM, Denis Navas Vega denis.na...@gmail.com
wrote:

 I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not conceived
 for Windows.

 Probably you have to review how TexLive automatically actualize packages
 on demand (when needed).





Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-04 Thread Julio Rojas
In summary, it doesn't, as I have a full installation...

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:25 AM, Denis Navas Vega 
wrote:

> I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not conceived
> for Windows.
>
> Probably you have to review how TexLive automatically actualize packages
> on demand (when needed).
>
>
>


Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-01 Thread Denis Navas Vega
I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not 
conceived for Windows.


Probably you have to review how TexLive automatically actualize packages 
on demand (when needed).





Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-01 Thread Denis Navas Vega
I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not 
conceived for Windows.


Probably you have to review how TexLive automatically actualize packages 
on demand (when needed).





Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-07-01 Thread Denis Navas Vega
I have never used TexLive, but I once read that TexLive was not 
conceived for Windows.


Probably you have to review how TexLive automatically actualize packages 
on demand (when needed).





Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-30 Thread Julio Rojas
Dear Denis,

I have TeXlive on my Windows machine, in order to avoid other problems I
have found with Lyx. Do you think that might be a source of problems?
 Nevertheless, I believe that I had started Lyx's installer with
administrative privileges.

Regards,

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 6:23 PM, Denis Navas Vega denis.na...@gmail.com
wrote:

 At the begining, I have found desirable to run LyX with administrative
 privileges in windows.  That avoid that the operative system, block access
 to some files.  Since LyX will invoke MikTeX after it verifies the
 installed packages, is important that MikTeX is configured to automatically
 install a missing package.

 Also, MikTeX configuration has provision to stablish that LuaLaTeX is an
 available format, that has to be authorized after MikTeX installation.






Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-30 Thread Julio Rojas
Dear Denis,

I have TeXlive on my Windows machine, in order to avoid other problems I
have found with Lyx. Do you think that might be a source of problems?
 Nevertheless, I believe that I had started Lyx's installer with
administrative privileges.

Regards,

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 6:23 PM, Denis Navas Vega denis.na...@gmail.com
wrote:

 At the begining, I have found desirable to run LyX with administrative
 privileges in windows.  That avoid that the operative system, block access
 to some files.  Since LyX will invoke MikTeX after it verifies the
 installed packages, is important that MikTeX is configured to automatically
 install a missing package.

 Also, MikTeX configuration has provision to stablish that LuaLaTeX is an
 available format, that has to be authorized after MikTeX installation.






Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-30 Thread Julio Rojas
Dear Denis,

I have TeXlive on my Windows machine, in order to avoid other problems I
have found with Lyx. Do you think that might be a source of problems?
 Nevertheless, I believe that I had started Lyx's installer with
administrative privileges.

Regards,

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 6:23 PM, Denis Navas Vega 
wrote:

> At the begining, I have found desirable to run LyX with administrative
> privileges in windows.  That avoid that the operative system, block access
> to some files.  Since LyX will invoke MikTeX after it verifies the
> installed packages, is important that MikTeX is configured to automatically
> install a missing package.
>
> Also, MikTeX configuration has provision to stablish that LuaLaTeX is an
> available format, that has to be authorized after MikTeX installation.
>
>
>
>


Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-27 Thread Denis Navas Vega
At the begining, I have found desirable to run LyX with administrative 
privileges in windows.  That avoid that the operative system, block 
access to some files.  Since LyX will invoke MikTeX after it verifies 
the installed packages, is important that MikTeX is configured to 
automatically install a missing package.


Also, MikTeX configuration has provision to stablish that LuaLaTeX is an 
available format, that has to be authorized after MikTeX installation.






Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-27 Thread Denis Navas Vega
At the begining, I have found desirable to run LyX with administrative 
privileges in windows.  That avoid that the operative system, block 
access to some files.  Since LyX will invoke MikTeX after it verifies 
the installed packages, is important that MikTeX is configured to 
automatically install a missing package.


Also, MikTeX configuration has provision to stablish that LuaLaTeX is an 
available format, that has to be authorized after MikTeX installation.






Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-27 Thread Denis Navas Vega
At the begining, I have found desirable to run LyX with administrative 
privileges in windows.  That avoid that the operative system, block 
access to some files.  Since LyX will invoke MikTeX after it verifies 
the installed packages, is important that MikTeX is configured to 
automatically install a missing package.


Also, MikTeX configuration has provision to stablish that LuaLaTeX is an 
available format, that has to be authorized after MikTeX installation.






Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-09 Thread Julio Rojas
Thanks everybody. What I did was killing lualatex.exe at the very moment it
is started by the configuration script, which in turn continues without any
more hiccups until Lyx is started correctly.

Regards.

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 4:32 PM, stefano franchi stefano.fran...@gmail.com
wrote:




 On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org wrote:

 On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:

 Dear all,

 I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I
 already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
 configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
 bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
 (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
 tried reconfigure, but had the same result.

 Has somebody had this problem?


 For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long time.
 I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you want to work
 around this:


 It may due to LuaTex's caching of all the system fonts, carried out by (I
 believe) luaotfload at startup. It may take a long time if you have lots of
 installed fonts.

 S.

 --
 __
 Stefano Franchi
 Associate Research Professor
 Department of Hispanic Studies Ph:   +1 (979) 845-2125
 Texas AM University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
 College Station, Texas, USA

 stef...@tamu.edu
 http://stefano.cleinias.org



Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-09 Thread Julio Rojas
Thanks everybody. What I did was killing lualatex.exe at the very moment it
is started by the configuration script, which in turn continues without any
more hiccups until Lyx is started correctly.

Regards.

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 4:32 PM, stefano franchi stefano.fran...@gmail.com
wrote:




 On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org wrote:

 On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:

 Dear all,

 I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I
 already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
 configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
 bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
 (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
 tried reconfigure, but had the same result.

 Has somebody had this problem?


 For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long time.
 I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you want to work
 around this:


 It may due to LuaTex's caching of all the system fonts, carried out by (I
 believe) luaotfload at startup. It may take a long time if you have lots of
 installed fonts.

 S.

 --
 __
 Stefano Franchi
 Associate Research Professor
 Department of Hispanic Studies Ph:   +1 (979) 845-2125
 Texas AM University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
 College Station, Texas, USA

 stef...@tamu.edu
 http://stefano.cleinias.org



Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-09 Thread Julio Rojas
Thanks everybody. What I did was killing lualatex.exe at the very moment it
is started by the configuration script, which in turn continues without any
more hiccups until Lyx is started correctly.

Regards.

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 4:32 PM, stefano franchi 
wrote:

>
>
>
> On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Richard Heck  wrote:
>
>> On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:
>>
>>> Dear all,
>>>
>>> I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I
>>> already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
>>> configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
>>> bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
>>> (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
>>> tried reconfigure, but had the same result.
>>>
>>> Has somebody had this problem?
>>>
>>
>> For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long time.
>> I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you want to work
>> around this:
>>
>>
> It may due to LuaTex's caching of all the system fonts, carried out by (I
> believe) luaotfload at startup. It may take a long time if you have lots of
> installed fonts.
>
> S.
>
> --
> __
> Stefano Franchi
> Associate Research Professor
> Department of Hispanic Studies Ph:   +1 (979) 845-2125
> Texas A University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
> College Station, Texas, USA
>
> stef...@tamu.edu
> http://stefano.cleinias.org
>


Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-08 Thread Richard Heck

On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:

Dear all,

I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I 
already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. 
During configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and 
start bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the 
script (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes 
installed. I tried reconfigure, but had the same result.


Has somebody had this problem?


For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long 
time. I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you 
want to work around this:


1. Find the configure.py script on your system. It should be in your LyX 
system (library) directory, which you can find from Help About LyX.


2. Open the file and find the checkLuatex() routine.

3. At the very beginning of that routine, put: return, to skip the rest. 
Make sure the indentation is right, as python cares about that. A lot.


Richard



Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-08 Thread stefano franchi
On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org wrote:

 On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:

 Dear all,

 I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I
 already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
 configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
 bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
 (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
 tried reconfigure, but had the same result.

 Has somebody had this problem?


 For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long time.
 I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you want to work
 around this:


It may due to LuaTex's caching of all the system fonts, carried out by (I
believe) luaotfload at startup. It may take a long time if you have lots of
installed fonts.

S.

-- 
__
Stefano Franchi
Associate Research Professor
Department of Hispanic Studies Ph:   +1 (979) 845-2125
Texas AM University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
College Station, Texas, USA

stef...@tamu.edu
http://stefano.cleinias.org


Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-08 Thread Richard Heck

On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:

Dear all,

I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I 
already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. 
During configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and 
start bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the 
script (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes 
installed. I tried reconfigure, but had the same result.


Has somebody had this problem?


For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long 
time. I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you 
want to work around this:


1. Find the configure.py script on your system. It should be in your LyX 
system (library) directory, which you can find from Help About LyX.


2. Open the file and find the checkLuatex() routine.

3. At the very beginning of that routine, put: return, to skip the rest. 
Make sure the indentation is right, as python cares about that. A lot.


Richard



Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-08 Thread stefano franchi
On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org wrote:

 On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:

 Dear all,

 I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I
 already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
 configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
 bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
 (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
 tried reconfigure, but had the same result.

 Has somebody had this problem?


 For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long time.
 I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you want to work
 around this:


It may due to LuaTex's caching of all the system fonts, carried out by (I
believe) luaotfload at startup. It may take a long time if you have lots of
installed fonts.

S.

-- 
__
Stefano Franchi
Associate Research Professor
Department of Hispanic Studies Ph:   +1 (979) 845-2125
Texas AM University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
College Station, Texas, USA

stef...@tamu.edu
http://stefano.cleinias.org


Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-08 Thread Richard Heck

On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:

Dear all,

I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I 
already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. 
During configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and 
start bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the 
script (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes 
installed. I tried reconfigure, but had the same result.


Has somebody had this problem?


For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long 
time. I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you 
want to work around this:


1. Find the configure.py script on your system. It should be in your LyX 
system (library) directory, which you can find from Help> About LyX.


2. Open the file and find the checkLuatex() routine.

3. At the very beginning of that routine, put: return, to skip the rest. 
Make sure the indentation is right, as python cares about that. A lot.


Richard



Re: Lualatex at startup

2014-06-08 Thread stefano franchi
On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Richard Heck  wrote:

> On 06/07/2014 10:12 PM, Julio Rojas wrote:
>
>> Dear all,
>>
>> I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I
>> already had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
>> configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
>> bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
>> (python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
>> tried reconfigure, but had the same result.
>>
>> Has somebody had this problem?
>>
>
> For some reason, the lualatex configuratoin check takes a very long time.
> I don't know why it would cause such huge problems, but if you want to work
> around this:
>
>
It may due to LuaTex's caching of all the system fonts, carried out by (I
believe) luaotfload at startup. It may take a long time if you have lots of
installed fonts.

S.

-- 
__
Stefano Franchi
Associate Research Professor
Department of Hispanic Studies Ph:   +1 (979) 845-2125
Texas A University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
College Station, Texas, USA

stef...@tamu.edu
http://stefano.cleinias.org


Lualatex at startup

2014-06-07 Thread Julio Rojas
Dear all,

I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I already
had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
(python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
tried reconfigure, but had the same result.

Has somebody had this problem?

Thanks in advance. Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


Lualatex at startup

2014-06-07 Thread Julio Rojas
Dear all,

I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I already
had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
(python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
tried reconfigure, but had the same result.

Has somebody had this problem?

Thanks in advance. Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


Lualatex at startup

2014-06-07 Thread Julio Rojas
Dear all,

I have just tried to install Lyx 2.1 on my Windows 7 PC on which I already
had Lyx 2.0.6 and TexLive 2013, so I went the update way. During
configuration, Lyx runs LuaLatex which in turn gets stuck and start
bloating and eating all the resources. I tried killing the script
(python.exe). Lyx starts telling me that there were no classes installed. I
tried reconfigure, but had the same result.

Has somebody had this problem?

Thanks in advance. Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com