Re: Configure Problem on Ubuntu [Was: Compatibility Mac - Linux]

2015-05-06 Thread Richard Heck

On 05/06/2015 03:36 PM, Ygo Kanaki wrote:

This I got:

$ kpsewhich scrartcl.cls
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/scrartcl.cls

I did Tools / Reconfigure, I think that solved most of the problems. I can
now open my colleagues document again without errors, and I get the correct
pdf-output. Fixed!

I still see a whole bunch of greyed-out document classes, but I don't care
for now, I'll try to fix that later. Lyx works again!


That is normal. LyX supports many more classes than anyone would ever 
need and, more
importantly, than a standard LaTeX installation would install. So 
there's not really anything
more to fix, unless you want to use one of those classes. In that case, 
you just need to install

the relevant LaTeX files.

And actually, you can *use* the class within LyX. You just won't be able 
to compile.


Richard



Re: Configure Problem on Ubuntu [Was: Compatibility Mac - Linux]

2015-05-06 Thread Ygo Kanaki
This I got:

$ kpsewhich scrartcl.cls
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/scrartcl.cls

I did Tools / Reconfigure, I think that solved most of the problems. I can 
now open my colleagues document again without errors, and I get the correct 
pdf-output. Fixed!

I still see a whole bunch of greyed-out document classes, but I don't care 
for now, I'll try to fix that later. Lyx works again!

Thanks to you all.

Ygo.




Re: Configure Problem on Ubuntu [Was: Compatibility Mac - Linux]

2015-05-06 Thread Ygo Kanaki
This I got:

$ kpsewhich scrartcl.cls
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/scrartcl.cls

I did Tools / Reconfigure, I think that solved most of the problems. I can 
now open my colleagues document again without errors, and I get the correct 
pdf-output. Fixed!

I still see a whole bunch of greyed-out document classes, but I don't care 
for now, I'll try to fix that later. Lyx works again!

Thanks to you all.

Ygo.




Re: Configure Problem on Ubuntu [Was: Compatibility Mac - Linux]

2015-05-06 Thread Richard Heck

On 05/06/2015 03:36 PM, Ygo Kanaki wrote:

This I got:

$ kpsewhich scrartcl.cls
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/scrartcl.cls

I did Tools / Reconfigure, I think that solved most of the problems. I can
now open my colleagues document again without errors, and I get the correct
pdf-output. Fixed!

I still see a whole bunch of greyed-out document classes, but I don't care
for now, I'll try to fix that later. Lyx works again!


That is normal. LyX supports many more classes than anyone would ever 
need and, more
importantly, than a standard LaTeX installation would install. So 
there's not really anything
more to fix, unless you want to use one of those classes. In that case, 
you just need to install

the relevant LaTeX files.

And actually, you can *use* the class within LyX. You just won't be able 
to compile.


Richard



Re: Configure Problem on Ubuntu [Was: Compatibility Mac - Linux]

2015-05-06 Thread Ygo Kanaki
This I got:

$ kpsewhich scrartcl.cls
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/scrartcl.cls

I did Tools / Reconfigure, I think that solved most of the problems. I can 
now open my colleagues document again without errors, and I get the correct 
pdf-output. Fixed!

I still see a whole bunch of greyed-out document classes, but I don't care 
for now, I'll try to fix that later. Lyx works again!

Thanks to you all.

Ygo.




Re: Configure Problem on Ubuntu [Was: Compatibility Mac - Linux]

2015-05-06 Thread Richard Heck

On 05/06/2015 03:36 PM, Ygo Kanaki wrote:

This I got:

$ kpsewhich scrartcl.cls
/usr/share/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/scrartcl.cls

I did Tools / Reconfigure, I think that solved most of the problems. I can
now open my colleagues document again without errors, and I get the correct
pdf-output. Fixed!

I still see a whole bunch of greyed-out document classes, but I don't care
for now, I'll try to fix that later. Lyx works again!


That is normal. LyX supports many more classes than anyone would ever 
need and, more
importantly, than a standard LaTeX installation would install. So 
there's not really anything
more to fix, unless you want to use one of those classes. In that case, 
you just need to install

the relevant LaTeX files.

And actually, you can *use* the class within LyX. You just won't be able 
to compile.


Richard