Re: Document Classes = non-existent

2011-08-02 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Katie Frodsham kfrods...@googlemail.com wrote:
 I don't have any of the document classes available and I cannot view
 the document in any other format other than the one I am writing it
 in. How do I fix this? Please answer urgently I have a large deadline
 soon and a lot of maths that I can't copy into word or similar.

Hard to tell. What OS? What class are you using? Has it been working
before? Have you recently made modifications to your system, such as
uninstalling LaTeX? Have you tried reinstalling LaTeX? Have you tried
Tools  Reconfigure in LyX, and then restart LyX? Do you have access
to another computer (or OS) where you could compile the document, in
case nothing else works?
Liviu


Re: Document Classes = non-existent

2011-08-02 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 5:46 PM, Katie Frodsham kfrods...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Thanks for the quick reply! I'm using Windows 7. I only installed lyx
 a few weeks ago and have been writing a large document so I hadn't
 tried to use the document classes before.

It is usually a good idea to check that your document compiles in the
evening, before going to bed. There are thousand and one reasons why
your LyX/LaTeX document may not compile, and it's better to find out
if and why sooner rather than later.


 I haven't made any
 modifications to my system recently. I have tried reconfiguring lyx
 but that hasn't worked.

Please do the following: View  Messages, and then Tools 
Reconfigure, then post the output here.


 I haven't tried reinstalling LaTex though. I
 will try that now. I don't have access to another OS that has the
 software on it. Only university computers I'm afraid! Do you have any
 other suggestions whilst I try reinstalling?

You haven't told us what document class you've been using. (I'm
wondering if you have MiKTeX installed at all.) And you haven't posted
the exact error message that you get (see Document  Log after you've
tried compiling your document).

Regards
Liviu


Re: Document Classes = non-existent

2011-08-02 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Katie Frodsham kfrods...@googlemail.com wrote:
 I don't have any of the document classes available and I cannot view
 the document in any other format other than the one I am writing it
 in. How do I fix this? Please answer urgently I have a large deadline
 soon and a lot of maths that I can't copy into word or similar.

Hard to tell. What OS? What class are you using? Has it been working
before? Have you recently made modifications to your system, such as
uninstalling LaTeX? Have you tried reinstalling LaTeX? Have you tried
Tools  Reconfigure in LyX, and then restart LyX? Do you have access
to another computer (or OS) where you could compile the document, in
case nothing else works?
Liviu


Re: Document Classes = non-existent

2011-08-02 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 5:46 PM, Katie Frodsham kfrods...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Thanks for the quick reply! I'm using Windows 7. I only installed lyx
 a few weeks ago and have been writing a large document so I hadn't
 tried to use the document classes before.

It is usually a good idea to check that your document compiles in the
evening, before going to bed. There are thousand and one reasons why
your LyX/LaTeX document may not compile, and it's better to find out
if and why sooner rather than later.


 I haven't made any
 modifications to my system recently. I have tried reconfiguring lyx
 but that hasn't worked.

Please do the following: View  Messages, and then Tools 
Reconfigure, then post the output here.


 I haven't tried reinstalling LaTex though. I
 will try that now. I don't have access to another OS that has the
 software on it. Only university computers I'm afraid! Do you have any
 other suggestions whilst I try reinstalling?

You haven't told us what document class you've been using. (I'm
wondering if you have MiKTeX installed at all.) And you haven't posted
the exact error message that you get (see Document  Log after you've
tried compiling your document).

Regards
Liviu


Re: Document Classes = non-existent

2011-08-02 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Katie Frodsham  wrote:
> I don't have any of the document classes available and I cannot view
> the document in any other format other than the one I am writing it
> in. How do I fix this? Please answer urgently I have a large deadline
> soon and a lot of maths that I can't copy into word or similar.
>
Hard to tell. What OS? What class are you using? Has it been working
before? Have you recently made modifications to your system, such as
uninstalling LaTeX? Have you tried reinstalling LaTeX? Have you tried
Tools > Reconfigure in LyX, and then restart LyX? Do you have access
to another computer (or OS) where you could compile the document, in
case nothing else works?
Liviu


Re: Document Classes = non-existent

2011-08-02 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 5:46 PM, Katie Frodsham  wrote:
> Thanks for the quick reply! I'm using Windows 7. I only installed lyx
> a few weeks ago and have been writing a large document so I hadn't
> tried to use the document classes before.
>
It is usually a good idea to check that your document compiles in the
evening, before going to bed. There are thousand and one reasons why
your LyX/LaTeX document may not compile, and it's better to find out
if and why sooner rather than later.


> I haven't made any
> modifications to my system recently. I have tried reconfiguring lyx
> but that hasn't worked.
>
Please do the following: View > Messages, and then Tools >
Reconfigure, then post the output here.


> I haven't tried reinstalling LaTex though. I
> will try that now. I don't have access to another OS that has the
> software on it. Only university computers I'm afraid! Do you have any
> other suggestions whilst I try reinstalling?
>
You haven't told us what document class you've been using. (I'm
wondering if you have MiKTeX installed at all.) And you haven't posted
the exact error message that you get (see Document > Log after you've
tried compiling your document).

Regards
Liviu


Re: Re: document classes unavailable [resolved]

2008-01-08 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
 Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Hi everybody,

 I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian
 Etch system.

 My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2,
 some document classes [1]
 have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of
 them have always be unavailable and still remain.

 Can anybody help me please?

 Thanks in advance,
 great job!



 Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not
 available after the switch. Thay are:

 simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

 These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...


 
 First, as Richard said, try reconfiguring.  Assuming that fails to solve
 the problem, verify that the layouts folder (/usr/share/lyx/layouts ?)
 contains layout files for the missing classes.  If not, it's a defect in
 your LyX installation.  If the layouts are there, run 'kpsewhich
 simplecv.cls' (and the same for the other missing classes) in a terminal
 and verify that the class files are installed in your LaTeX distro.  If
 they are not found, you need to install them.
 
 /Paul


Thank you very much. To resolve the problem I migrated from tetex to texlive,
then I manually installed the needed classes; rehashed the TeX database; 
reconfigured LyX and got it working!

I still can't figure out what changed when I switched to the new version of 
LyX, as *nothing* else (to my understanding)
had changed. Mystery.

Anyway, thank you!


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Re: Re: document classes unavailable [resolved]

2008-01-08 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
 Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Hi everybody,

 I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian
 Etch system.

 My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2,
 some document classes [1]
 have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of
 them have always be unavailable and still remain.

 Can anybody help me please?

 Thanks in advance,
 great job!



 Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not
 available after the switch. Thay are:

 simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

 These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...


 
 First, as Richard said, try reconfiguring.  Assuming that fails to solve
 the problem, verify that the layouts folder (/usr/share/lyx/layouts ?)
 contains layout files for the missing classes.  If not, it's a defect in
 your LyX installation.  If the layouts are there, run 'kpsewhich
 simplecv.cls' (and the same for the other missing classes) in a terminal
 and verify that the class files are installed in your LaTeX distro.  If
 they are not found, you need to install them.
 
 /Paul


Thank you very much. To resolve the problem I migrated from tetex to texlive,
then I manually installed the needed classes; rehashed the TeX database; 
reconfigured LyX and got it working!

I still can't figure out what changed when I switched to the new version of 
LyX, as *nothing* else (to my understanding)
had changed. Mystery.

Anyway, thank you!


-- 
Filippo Zangheri

GPG key ID: 0xE1D879FA
Key fingerprint: 816B CE57 D43C 0A47 EF35 3378 EA5F A72A E1D8 79FA
Key server: pgp.mit.edu


Re: Re: document classes unavailable [resolved]

2008-01-08 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
> Filippo Zangheri wrote:
>> Filippo Zangheri wrote:
>>> Hi everybody,
>>>
>>> I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian
>>> Etch system.
>>>
>>> My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2,
>>> some document classes [1]
>>> have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of
>>> them have always be unavailable and still remain.
>>>
>>> Can anybody help me please?
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> great job!
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not
>> available after the switch. Thay are:
>>
>> simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.
>>
>> These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...
>>
>>
> 
> First, as Richard said, try reconfiguring.  Assuming that fails to solve
> the problem, verify that the layouts folder (/usr/share/lyx/layouts ?)
> contains layout files for the missing classes.  If not, it's a defect in
> your LyX installation.  If the layouts are there, run 'kpsewhich
> simplecv.cls' (and the same for the other missing classes) in a terminal
> and verify that the class files are installed in your LaTeX distro.  If
> they are not found, you need to install them.
> 
> /Paul


Thank you very much. To resolve the problem I migrated from tetex to texlive,
then I manually installed the needed classes; rehashed the TeX database; 
reconfigured LyX and got it working!

I still can't figure out what changed when I switched to the new version of 
LyX, as *nothing* else (to my understanding)
had changed. Mystery.

Anyway, thank you!


-- 
Filippo Zangheri

GPG key ID: 0xE1D879FA
Key fingerprint: 816B CE57 D43C 0A47 EF35 3378 EA5F A72A E1D8 79FA
Key server: pgp.mit.edu


Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread rgheck

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Hi everybody,

I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch system.

My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
document classes [1] have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use 
before. Some of them have always be unavailable and still remain.

Can anybody help me please?

  
Try removing (or renaming) your .lyx directory. If that works, there's 
something about your old configuration that's messing things up.


rh



Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Filippo Zangheri
rgheck wrote:
 Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Hi everybody,

 I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian
 Etch system.

 My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2,
 some document classes [1] have become unavailable, which I could
 perfectly use before. Some of them have always be unavailable and
 still remain.

 Can anybody help me please?

   
 Try removing (or renaming) your .lyx directory. If that works, there's
 something about your old configuration that's messing things up.
 
 rh

Thank you for your answer, but it didn't work..



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Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Hi everybody,
 
 I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch 
 system.
 
 My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
 document classes [1]
 have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of them 
 have always be unavailable and still remain.
 
 Can anybody help me please?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 great job!
 
 

Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not available 
after the switch. Thay are:

simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...


-- 
Filippo Zangheri

GPG key ID: 0xE1D879FA
Key fingerprint: 816B CE57 D43C 0A47 EF35 3378 EA5F A72A E1D8 79FA
Key server: pgp.mit.edu


Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Hi everybody,

I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch system.

My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
document classes [1]
have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of them have 
always be unavailable and still remain.

Can anybody help me please?

Thanks in advance,
great job!




Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not available 
after the switch. Thay are:

simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...




First, as Richard said, try reconfiguring.  Assuming that fails to solve 
the problem, verify that the layouts folder (/usr/share/lyx/layouts ?) 
contains layout files for the missing classes.  If not, it's a defect in 
your LyX installation.  If the layouts are there, run 'kpsewhich 
simplecv.cls' (and the same for the other missing classes) in a terminal 
and verify that the class files are installed in your LaTeX distro.  If 
they are not found, you need to install them.


/Paul



Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread rgheck

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Hi everybody,

I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch system.

My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
document classes [1] have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use 
before. Some of them have always be unavailable and still remain.

Can anybody help me please?

  
Try removing (or renaming) your .lyx directory. If that works, there's 
something about your old configuration that's messing things up.


rh



Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Filippo Zangheri
rgheck wrote:
 Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Hi everybody,

 I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian
 Etch system.

 My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2,
 some document classes [1] have become unavailable, which I could
 perfectly use before. Some of them have always be unavailable and
 still remain.

 Can anybody help me please?

   
 Try removing (or renaming) your .lyx directory. If that works, there's
 something about your old configuration that's messing things up.
 
 rh

Thank you for your answer, but it didn't work..



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Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Filippo Zangheri wrote:
 Hi everybody,
 
 I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch 
 system.
 
 My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
 document classes [1]
 have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of them 
 have always be unavailable and still remain.
 
 Can anybody help me please?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 great job!
 
 

Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not available 
after the switch. Thay are:

simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...


-- 
Filippo Zangheri

GPG key ID: 0xE1D879FA
Key fingerprint: 816B CE57 D43C 0A47 EF35 3378 EA5F A72A E1D8 79FA
Key server: pgp.mit.edu


Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Hi everybody,

I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch system.

My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
document classes [1]
have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of them have 
always be unavailable and still remain.

Can anybody help me please?

Thanks in advance,
great job!




Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not available 
after the switch. Thay are:

simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...




First, as Richard said, try reconfiguring.  Assuming that fails to solve 
the problem, verify that the layouts folder (/usr/share/lyx/layouts ?) 
contains layout files for the missing classes.  If not, it's a defect in 
your LyX installation.  If the layouts are there, run 'kpsewhich 
simplecv.cls' (and the same for the other missing classes) in a terminal 
and verify that the class files are installed in your LaTeX distro.  If 
they are not found, you need to install them.


/Paul



Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread rgheck

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Hi everybody,

I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch system.

My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
document classes [1] have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use 
before. Some of them have always be unavailable and still remain.

Can anybody help me please?

  
Try removing (or renaming) your .lyx directory. If that works, there's 
something about your old configuration that's messing things up.


rh



Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Filippo Zangheri
rgheck wrote:
> Filippo Zangheri wrote:
>> Hi everybody,
>>
>> I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian
>> Etch system.
>>
>> My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2,
>> some document classes [1] have become unavailable, which I could
>> perfectly use before. Some of them have always be unavailable and
>> still remain.
>>
>> Can anybody help me please?
>>
>>   
> Try removing (or renaming) your .lyx directory. If that works, there's
> something about your old configuration that's messing things up.
> 
> rh

Thank you for your answer, but it didn't work..



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Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Filippo Zangheri wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> 
> I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch 
> system.
> 
> My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
> document classes [1]
> have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of them 
> have always be unavailable and still remain.
> 
> Can anybody help me please?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> great job!
> 
> 

Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not available 
after the switch. Thay are:

simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...


-- 
Filippo Zangheri

GPG key ID: 0xE1D879FA
Key fingerprint: 816B CE57 D43C 0A47 EF35 3378 EA5F A72A E1D8 79FA
Key server: pgp.mit.edu


Re: document classes unavailable

2008-01-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Filippo Zangheri wrote:

Hi everybody,

I'm a LyX 1.5.3 user, I compiled the source and run it on a Debian Etch system.

My problem is that since I switched to the new version from 1.5.2, some 
document classes [1]
have become unavailable, which I could perfectly use before. Some of them have 
always be unavailable and still remain.

Can anybody help me please?

Thanks in advance,
great job!




Sorry, I forgot to mention the classes that I noticed to become not available 
after the switch. Thay are:

simplecv, moderncv and hollywood.

These are the only ones I have noticed, but there may be others...




First, as Richard said, try reconfiguring.  Assuming that fails to solve 
the problem, verify that the layouts folder (/usr/share/lyx/layouts ?) 
contains layout files for the missing classes.  If not, it's a defect in 
your LyX installation.  If the layouts are there, run 'kpsewhich 
simplecv.cls' (and the same for the other missing classes) in a terminal 
and verify that the class files are installed in your LaTeX distro.  If 
they are not found, you need to install them.


/Paul



Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread Pavel Iosad

Hello,


seems to have placed it in C:\texmf as I have letter.cls etc in
C:\texmf\tex\latex\base. Not really expecting it to work, I found mwrep.cls
at http://paulbeard.org/share/texmf/tex/latex/mwcls/mwrep.cls and saved a
copy in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, ran reconfigure and restarted Lyx, but
that class is still unavailable. How can I install this document class?


Are you using MiKTeX? If yes, go to MiKTeX Options and refresh the
database, then reconfigure and restart Lyx. Does it work now?

Pavel


Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread james . burton
Pavel Iosad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 09/11/2006 10:33:44:

 Hello,

  seems to have placed it in C:\texmf as I have letter.cls etc in
  C:\texmf\tex\latex\base. Not really expecting it to work, I found
mwrep.cls
  at http://paulbeard.org/share/texmf/tex/latex/mwcls/mwrep.cls and saved
a
  copy in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, ran reconfigure and restarted Lyx, but
  that class is still unavailable. How can I install this document class?

 Are you using MiKTeX? If yes, go to MiKTeX Options and refresh the
 database, then reconfigure and restart Lyx. Does it work now?

 Pavel

Yes and Yes! Thankyou. BTW, where is the right place/places for me to find
the classes for which I have layouts but not the cls file?

Jim
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Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread Paul A. Rubin

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Yes and Yes! Thankyou. BTW, where is the right place/places for me to find
the classes for which I have layouts but not the cls file?



In LyX, if you look at sections 3 and 4 of Help-LaTeX Configuration, 
you will see a list of the classes that LyX checks for during 
(re)configuration, and for each an indication whether it was found or 
not.  I believe that covers all (or at least almost all) of the layouts 
that install with LyX.  For layouts you might have added after 
installing LyX (if any), I think you'll just have to make a list of them 
and compare it to the packages installed by MikTeX (which you can view 
in the MikTeX Package Manager).


/Paul



Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread Pavel Iosad

Hello,


seems to have placed it in C:\texmf as I have letter.cls etc in
C:\texmf\tex\latex\base. Not really expecting it to work, I found mwrep.cls
at http://paulbeard.org/share/texmf/tex/latex/mwcls/mwrep.cls and saved a
copy in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, ran reconfigure and restarted Lyx, but
that class is still unavailable. How can I install this document class?


Are you using MiKTeX? If yes, go to MiKTeX Options and refresh the
database, then reconfigure and restart Lyx. Does it work now?

Pavel


Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread james . burton
Pavel Iosad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 09/11/2006 10:33:44:

 Hello,

  seems to have placed it in C:\texmf as I have letter.cls etc in
  C:\texmf\tex\latex\base. Not really expecting it to work, I found
mwrep.cls
  at http://paulbeard.org/share/texmf/tex/latex/mwcls/mwrep.cls and saved
a
  copy in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, ran reconfigure and restarted Lyx, but
  that class is still unavailable. How can I install this document class?

 Are you using MiKTeX? If yes, go to MiKTeX Options and refresh the
 database, then reconfigure and restart Lyx. Does it work now?

 Pavel

Yes and Yes! Thankyou. BTW, where is the right place/places for me to find
the classes for which I have layouts but not the cls file?

Jim
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Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread Paul A. Rubin

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



Yes and Yes! Thankyou. BTW, where is the right place/places for me to find
the classes for which I have layouts but not the cls file?



In LyX, if you look at sections 3 and 4 of Help-LaTeX Configuration, 
you will see a list of the classes that LyX checks for during 
(re)configuration, and for each an indication whether it was found or 
not.  I believe that covers all (or at least almost all) of the layouts 
that install with LyX.  For layouts you might have added after 
installing LyX (if any), I think you'll just have to make a list of them 
and compare it to the packages installed by MikTeX (which you can view 
in the MikTeX Package Manager).


/Paul



Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread Pavel Iosad

Hello,


seems to have placed it in C:\texmf as I have letter.cls etc in
C:\texmf\tex\latex\base. Not really expecting it to work, I found mwrep.cls
at http://paulbeard.org/share/texmf/tex/latex/mwcls/mwrep.cls and saved a
copy in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, ran reconfigure and restarted Lyx, but
that class is still unavailable. How can I install this document class?


Are you using MiKTeX? If yes, go to MiKTeX Options and refresh the
database, then reconfigure and restart Lyx. Does it work now?

Pavel


Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread james . burton
"Pavel Iosad" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote on 09/11/2006 10:33:44:

> Hello,
>
> > seems to have placed it in C:\texmf as I have letter.cls etc in
> > C:\texmf\tex\latex\base. Not really expecting it to work, I found
mwrep.cls
> > at http://paulbeard.org/share/texmf/tex/latex/mwcls/mwrep.cls and saved
a
> > copy in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, ran reconfigure and restarted Lyx, but
> > that class is still unavailable. How can I install this document class?
>
> Are you using MiKTeX? If yes, go to MiKTeX Options and refresh the
> database, then reconfigure and restart Lyx. Does it work now?
>
> Pavel

Yes and Yes! Thankyou. BTW, where is the right place/places for me to find
the classes for which I have layouts but not the cls file?

Jim
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Re: Document classes unavailable on new windows install

2006-11-09 Thread Paul A. Rubin

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



Yes and Yes! Thankyou. BTW, where is the right place/places for me to find
the classes for which I have layouts but not the cls file?



In LyX, if you look at sections 3 and 4 of Help->LaTeX Configuration, 
you will see a list of the classes that LyX checks for during 
(re)configuration, and for each an indication whether it was found or 
not.  I believe that covers all (or at least almost all) of the layouts 
that install with LyX.  For layouts you might have added after 
installing LyX (if any), I think you'll just have to make a list of them 
and compare it to the packages installed by MikTeX (which you can view 
in the MikTeX Package Manager).


/Paul



Re: Document classes are unavailable (Windows version 1.4.1)

2006-04-26 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Ben Outram wrote:


I'm having trouble using document classes in Lyx. I create a new document and
then go to the document settings. The only classes which are available for
selection from the drop down list are article, book, letter, and report. The
others are marked as unavailable e.g. 'Unavailable: broadway'.


Some classes like broadway are LyX specific and are automatically 
installed when you use this installer:

http://wiki.lyx.org/Windows/LyXWinInstaller

To get other classes installed, use also the installer I suggested but 
assure that you have an open internet connection when you install LyX. 
The reason is that MiKTeX is often only installed with standard 
packages. When LyX is configures it requests MiKTeX to install classes 
it is supporting and MiKTeX will install them when there's an internet 
connection.


regards Uwe


Re: Document classes are unavailable (Windows version 1.4.1)

2006-04-26 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Ben Outram wrote:


I'm having trouble using document classes in Lyx. I create a new document and
then go to the document settings. The only classes which are available for
selection from the drop down list are article, book, letter, and report. The
others are marked as unavailable e.g. 'Unavailable: broadway'.


Some classes like broadway are LyX specific and are automatically 
installed when you use this installer:

http://wiki.lyx.org/Windows/LyXWinInstaller

To get other classes installed, use also the installer I suggested but 
assure that you have an open internet connection when you install LyX. 
The reason is that MiKTeX is often only installed with standard 
packages. When LyX is configures it requests MiKTeX to install classes 
it is supporting and MiKTeX will install them when there's an internet 
connection.


regards Uwe


Re: Document classes are unavailable (Windows version 1.4.1)

2006-04-26 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Ben Outram wrote:


I'm having trouble using document classes in Lyx. I create a new document and
then go to the document settings. The only classes which are available for
selection from the drop down list are article, book, letter, and report. The
others are marked as unavailable e.g. 'Unavailable: broadway'.


Some classes like broadway are LyX specific and are automatically 
installed when you use this installer:

http://wiki.lyx.org/Windows/LyXWinInstaller

To get other classes installed, use also the installer I suggested but 
assure that you have an open internet connection when you install LyX. 
The reason is that MiKTeX is often only installed with standard 
packages. When LyX is configures it requests MiKTeX to install classes 
it is supporting and MiKTeX will install them when there's an internet 
connection.


regards Uwe


Re: Document classes are unavailable (Windows version 1.4.1)

2006-04-25 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Ben Outram wrote:

Hello

I'm having trouble using document classes in Lyx. I create a new document and
then go to the document settings. The only classes which are available for
selection from the drop down list are article, book, letter, and report. The
others are marked as unavailable e.g. 'Unavailable: broadway'.

I've tried reconfiguring Lyx and restarting it, as well as running 'sh
reconfigure' from the Lyx resources directory but neither of these have made any
difference.

Also I've tried copying the class files such as broadway.cls and cv.cls from the
Lyx\Resources\tex directory to the MiKTeX path directory C:\texmf\miktex\bin and
the LaTeX base directory C:\texmf\tex\latex\base but neither of these work. They
do show up in Lyx as LaTeX classes (Tools - TeX Information) but are not
available for use!

Lyx was installed using the Windows installer (lyx-1.4.1_win32_setup_v1.exe).

Before doing this I installed mysys 1.0.10, Python 2.4.3, MiKTeX Basic 2.4.2207,
Ghostscript, and ImageMagick.

The following was added to my Windows PATH variable:
C:\texmf\miktex\bin;C:\msys\1.0\bin;c:\program files\imagemagick-6.2.7-q16.

Lyx uses the following settings:
Document templates: C:\Program Files\LyX141\Resources\templates\
PATH prefix: C:\msys\1.0\bin;C:\Python24;C:\texmf\miktex\bin;C:\Program
Files\gs\gs8.53\bin;C:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.2.7-Q16

Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks.




First off, congratulations on providing a clear question, a coherent 
history of what you did, and potentially pertinent information.  Not 
every question posted here meets that standard.


IIRC, MiKTeX Basic contains a fairly minimal set of classes (to 
conserve on disk space), so it's entirely possible you lack class files 
for a number of the unavailable classes.  The broadway and cv classes 
are not available as MiKTeX packages, hence their inclusion with LyX.


Your intent was correct in trying to install broadway and cv, but 
possibly your execution was off.  You did not indicate whether you 
updated the MiKTeX file database after you installed them (but if they 
show up in the LyX TeX configuration widget, you probably did).  FWIW, 
it's probably a better idea to install them under your localtexmf tree 
than in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, since that directory could get thumped 
if you do an upgrade or reinstallation.  The Roots tab of the MiKTeX 
Options program will tell you where your localtexmf tree is; you can 
just create one or more folders under it (say 
C:\localtexmf\tex\latex\lyx) and store the .cls files there.  Then click 
Refresh Now on the General tab of MiKTeX Options.


The other step is to use Tools-Reconfigure to reconfigure LyX, then 
exit and restart LyX.  I suspect that's the step you missed.


For other unavailable classes, use the MiKTeX Package Manager to 
download and install them (which will automatically include refreshing 
the file database), then Tools-Reconfigure in LyX to bring LyX up to speed.


If that doesn't do it, check back here.

/Paul



Re: Document classes are unavailable (Windows version 1.4.1)

2006-04-25 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Ben Outram wrote:

Hello

I'm having trouble using document classes in Lyx. I create a new document and
then go to the document settings. The only classes which are available for
selection from the drop down list are article, book, letter, and report. The
others are marked as unavailable e.g. 'Unavailable: broadway'.

I've tried reconfiguring Lyx and restarting it, as well as running 'sh
reconfigure' from the Lyx resources directory but neither of these have made any
difference.

Also I've tried copying the class files such as broadway.cls and cv.cls from the
Lyx\Resources\tex directory to the MiKTeX path directory C:\texmf\miktex\bin and
the LaTeX base directory C:\texmf\tex\latex\base but neither of these work. They
do show up in Lyx as LaTeX classes (Tools - TeX Information) but are not
available for use!

Lyx was installed using the Windows installer (lyx-1.4.1_win32_setup_v1.exe).

Before doing this I installed mysys 1.0.10, Python 2.4.3, MiKTeX Basic 2.4.2207,
Ghostscript, and ImageMagick.

The following was added to my Windows PATH variable:
C:\texmf\miktex\bin;C:\msys\1.0\bin;c:\program files\imagemagick-6.2.7-q16.

Lyx uses the following settings:
Document templates: C:\Program Files\LyX141\Resources\templates\
PATH prefix: C:\msys\1.0\bin;C:\Python24;C:\texmf\miktex\bin;C:\Program
Files\gs\gs8.53\bin;C:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.2.7-Q16

Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks.




First off, congratulations on providing a clear question, a coherent 
history of what you did, and potentially pertinent information.  Not 
every question posted here meets that standard.


IIRC, MiKTeX Basic contains a fairly minimal set of classes (to 
conserve on disk space), so it's entirely possible you lack class files 
for a number of the unavailable classes.  The broadway and cv classes 
are not available as MiKTeX packages, hence their inclusion with LyX.


Your intent was correct in trying to install broadway and cv, but 
possibly your execution was off.  You did not indicate whether you 
updated the MiKTeX file database after you installed them (but if they 
show up in the LyX TeX configuration widget, you probably did).  FWIW, 
it's probably a better idea to install them under your localtexmf tree 
than in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, since that directory could get thumped 
if you do an upgrade or reinstallation.  The Roots tab of the MiKTeX 
Options program will tell you where your localtexmf tree is; you can 
just create one or more folders under it (say 
C:\localtexmf\tex\latex\lyx) and store the .cls files there.  Then click 
Refresh Now on the General tab of MiKTeX Options.


The other step is to use Tools-Reconfigure to reconfigure LyX, then 
exit and restart LyX.  I suspect that's the step you missed.


For other unavailable classes, use the MiKTeX Package Manager to 
download and install them (which will automatically include refreshing 
the file database), then Tools-Reconfigure in LyX to bring LyX up to speed.


If that doesn't do it, check back here.

/Paul



Re: Document classes are unavailable (Windows version 1.4.1)

2006-04-25 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Ben Outram wrote:

Hello

I'm having trouble using document classes in Lyx. I create a new document and
then go to the document settings. The only classes which are available for
selection from the drop down list are article, book, letter, and report. The
others are marked as unavailable e.g. 'Unavailable: broadway'.

I've tried reconfiguring Lyx and restarting it, as well as running 'sh
reconfigure' from the Lyx resources directory but neither of these have made any
difference.

Also I've tried copying the class files such as broadway.cls and cv.cls from the
Lyx\Resources\tex directory to the MiKTeX path directory C:\texmf\miktex\bin and
the LaTeX base directory C:\texmf\tex\latex\base but neither of these work. They
do show up in Lyx as LaTeX classes (Tools -> TeX Information) but are not
available for use!

Lyx was installed using the Windows installer (lyx-1.4.1_win32_setup_v1.exe).

Before doing this I installed mysys 1.0.10, Python 2.4.3, MiKTeX Basic 2.4.2207,
Ghostscript, and ImageMagick.

The following was added to my Windows PATH variable:
C:\texmf\miktex\bin;C:\msys\1.0\bin;c:\program files\imagemagick-6.2.7-q16.

Lyx uses the following settings:
Document templates: C:\Program Files\LyX141\Resources\templates\
PATH prefix: C:\msys\1.0\bin;C:\Python24;C:\texmf\miktex\bin;C:\Program
Files\gs\gs8.53\bin;C:\Program Files\ImageMagick-6.2.7-Q16

Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks.




First off, congratulations on providing a clear question, a coherent 
history of what you did, and potentially pertinent information.  Not 
every question posted here meets that standard.


IIRC, MiKTeX "Basic" contains a fairly minimal set of classes (to 
conserve on disk space), so it's entirely possible you lack class files 
for a number of the unavailable classes.  The broadway and cv classes 
are not available as MiKTeX packages, hence their inclusion with LyX.


Your intent was correct in trying to install broadway and cv, but 
possibly your execution was off.  You did not indicate whether you 
updated the MiKTeX file database after you installed them (but if they 
show up in the LyX TeX configuration widget, you probably did).  FWIW, 
it's probably a better idea to install them under your localtexmf tree 
than in C:\texmf\tex\latex\base, since that directory could get thumped 
if you do an upgrade or reinstallation.  The Roots tab of the MiKTeX 
Options program will tell you where your localtexmf tree is; you can 
just create one or more folders under it (say 
C:\localtexmf\tex\latex\lyx) and store the .cls files there.  Then click 
Refresh Now on the General tab of MiKTeX Options.


The other step is to use Tools->Reconfigure to reconfigure LyX, then 
exit and restart LyX.  I suspect that's the step you missed.


For other unavailable classes, use the MiKTeX Package Manager to 
download and install them (which will automatically include refreshing 
the file database), then Tools->Reconfigure in LyX to bring LyX up to speed.


If that doesn't do it, check back here.

/Paul



Re: document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:35:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
 +checking for document class aa [aa]... no
 +checking for document class aapaper [aa]... no
 ...
 do you know where I can get those document classes - and where to install 
 them?
 (Here using tetex-1.0.7-47)

Version should be sufficient.

However, I am not sure this is the right package. I have here additionally
a packages te_latex (SuSE 7.x) installed that contains e.g. the latex
binary and amsbook.cls.

Andre'

-- 
Those who desire to give up Freedom in order to gain Security,
will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. (T. Jefferson)



Re: Document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:57:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
 to be exact, I have:
 rpm -qa|grep tetex
 tetex-afm-1.0.7-47
 tetex-fonts-1.0.7-47
 tetex-dvips-1.0.7-47
 tetex-1.0.7-47
 tetex-latex-1.0.7-47
 tetex-xdvi-1.0.7-47
 tetex-dvilj-1.0.7-47

So this looks good.

 rpm -ql tetex-latex-1.0.7-47|grep article
 ...
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.cls
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.sty
 
 So? Why LyX doesnt find all those doc classes???

I don't know. Can you run LaTeX manually?

Andre'

-- 
Those who desire to give up Freedom in order to gain Security,
will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. (T. Jefferson)



Re: Document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:57:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
 Further checking, I saw:
 rpm -ql tetex-latex-1.0.7-47|grep article
 ...
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.cls
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.sty

What is the output of kpsewhich article.cls ?



Re: document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:35:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
 +checking for document class aa [aa]... no
 +checking for document class aapaper [aa]... no
 ...
 do you know where I can get those document classes - and where to install 
 them?
 (Here using tetex-1.0.7-47)

Version should be sufficient.

However, I am not sure this is the right package. I have here additionally
a packages te_latex (SuSE 7.x) installed that contains e.g. the latex
binary and amsbook.cls.

Andre'

-- 
Those who desire to give up Freedom in order to gain Security,
will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. (T. Jefferson)



Re: Document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:57:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
 to be exact, I have:
 rpm -qa|grep tetex
 tetex-afm-1.0.7-47
 tetex-fonts-1.0.7-47
 tetex-dvips-1.0.7-47
 tetex-1.0.7-47
 tetex-latex-1.0.7-47
 tetex-xdvi-1.0.7-47
 tetex-dvilj-1.0.7-47

So this looks good.

 rpm -ql tetex-latex-1.0.7-47|grep article
 ...
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.cls
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.sty
 
 So? Why LyX doesnt find all those doc classes???

I don't know. Can you run LaTeX manually?

Andre'

-- 
Those who desire to give up Freedom in order to gain Security,
will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. (T. Jefferson)



Re: Document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:57:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
 Further checking, I saw:
 rpm -ql tetex-latex-1.0.7-47|grep article
 ...
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.cls
 /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.sty

What is the output of kpsewhich article.cls ?



Re: document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:35:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
> +checking for document class aa [aa]... no
> +checking for document class aapaper [aa]... no
> ...
> do you know where I can get those document classes - and where to install 
> them?
> (Here using tetex-1.0.7-47)

Version should be sufficient.

However, I am not sure this is the right package. I have here additionally
a packages te_latex (SuSE 7.x) installed that contains e.g. the latex
binary and amsbook.cls.

Andre'

-- 
Those who desire to give up Freedom in order to gain Security,
will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. (T. Jefferson)



Re: Document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:57:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
> to be exact, I have:
> rpm -qa|grep tetex
> tetex-afm-1.0.7-47
> tetex-fonts-1.0.7-47
> tetex-dvips-1.0.7-47
> tetex-1.0.7-47
> tetex-latex-1.0.7-47
> tetex-xdvi-1.0.7-47
> tetex-dvilj-1.0.7-47

So this looks good.

> rpm -ql tetex-latex-1.0.7-47|grep article
> ...
> /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.cls
> /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.sty
> 
> So? Why LyX doesnt find all those doc classes???

I don't know. Can you run LaTeX manually?

Andre'

-- 
Those who desire to give up Freedom in order to gain Security,
will not have, nor do they deserve, either one. (T. Jefferson)



Re: Document classes

2002-11-25 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 04:57:12PM +, Alessandro Magni wrote:
> Further checking, I saw:
> rpm -ql tetex-latex-1.0.7-47|grep article
> ...
> /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.cls
> /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/base/article.sty

What is the output of "kpsewhich article.cls" ?



Re: Document Classes Not Found

2002-07-03 Thread Claus Hentschel

 I installed Lyx 1.2.0 for Win32 on Cygwin/Xfree86. It can not find the
 document classes, all packages in Latex Configuration file are labeled
 Found: ???. Any idea?

You have to reconfigure Lyx. But: Don't call Edit-Reconfigure from inside
LyX. Instead open a bash window and enter
/usr/local/share/lyx/configure

Furthermore remove any LaTeXConfig.lyx file in your $HOME/.lyx directory tree.
LyX will open that file instead of the global one, if present.

Claus

P.S: A new updated LyX 1.2.0a will be available tomorrow(!) where
reconfiguration from inside LyX is working. Furthermore that release will
support drapdrop of .lyx files as well as file association in Explorer.





Re: Document Classes Not Found

2002-07-03 Thread Claus Hentschel

 I installed Lyx 1.2.0 for Win32 on Cygwin/Xfree86. It can not find the
 document classes, all packages in Latex Configuration file are labeled
 Found: ???. Any idea?

You have to reconfigure Lyx. But: Don't call Edit-Reconfigure from inside
LyX. Instead open a bash window and enter
/usr/local/share/lyx/configure

Furthermore remove any LaTeXConfig.lyx file in your $HOME/.lyx directory tree.
LyX will open that file instead of the global one, if present.

Claus

P.S: A new updated LyX 1.2.0a will be available tomorrow(!) where
reconfiguration from inside LyX is working. Furthermore that release will
support drapdrop of .lyx files as well as file association in Explorer.





Re: Document Classes Not Found

2002-07-03 Thread Claus Hentschel

> I installed Lyx 1.2.0 for Win32 on Cygwin/Xfree86. It can not find the
> document classes, all packages in Latex Configuration file are labeled
> "Found: ???". Any idea?

You have to reconfigure Lyx. But: Don't call Edit->Reconfigure from inside
LyX. Instead open a bash window and enter
/usr/local/share/lyx/configure

Furthermore remove any LaTeXConfig.lyx file in your $HOME/.lyx directory tree.
LyX will open that file instead of the global one, if present.

Claus

P.S: A new updated LyX 1.2.0a will be available tomorrow(!) where
reconfiguration from inside LyX is working. Furthermore that release will
support drap of .lyx files as well as file association in Explorer.





Re: document classes

1999-08-24 Thread Reinhard Borek

Hi,
this is a very good idea!

at Mon, 23 Aug 1999 Ralph Döring wrote:
 I think, there are many people who creates their own documentclasses
 (*.layout/*.inc - files) for LyX.
 I want suggest to install an archive for such user created files on this
 sites.

greetings, Reinhard
-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reinhard Borek
Exp. Phys I
Fachbereich Physik
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Friedemann-Bach-Platz 6
06108 Halle/Saale



Re: document classes

1999-08-24 Thread Reinhard Borek

Hi,
this is a very good idea!

at Mon, 23 Aug 1999 Ralph Döring wrote:
 I think, there are many people who creates their own documentclasses
 (*.layout/*.inc - files) for LyX.
 I want suggest to install an archive for such user created files on this
 sites.

greetings, Reinhard
-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reinhard Borek
Exp. Phys I
Fachbereich Physik
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Friedemann-Bach-Platz 6
06108 Halle/Saale



Re: document classes

1999-08-24 Thread Reinhard Borek

Hi,
this is a very good idea!

at Mon, 23 Aug 1999 Ralph Döring wrote:
> I think, there are many people who creates their own documentclasses
> (*.layout/*.inc - files) for LyX.
> I want suggest to install an archive for such user created files on this
> sites.

greetings, Reinhard
-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reinhard Borek
Exp. Phys I
Fachbereich Physik
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Friedemann-Bach-Platz 6
06108 Halle/Saale