On Thursday 12 December 2002 08:43, Dirk Ruediger wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> On Tue, 10 Dec 2002, Richard Sperling wrote:
> > I've got a dual boot system, i.e., Linux/Windows 2000. I've got MiKTeX
> > installed on the Windows disk. Apologies if this question has been
> > asked/answered before, but am I correct in assuming that it's ok to take
> > the LaTeX packages that come with MiKTeX and install them in the
> > requisite places under teTeX? So there is no misunderstanding, I am only
> > asking about LaTeX package files per se, not the binaries, which are
> > obviously platform specific. Thanks.
> Which packages are in MiKTeX, but not in teTeX?
> Ciao, Dirk

Hi Dirk.

Btw, Thanks to George for answering my question. Now, it's not so much that 
I'm concerned with whether or not MiKTeX has more packages than teTeX; it's 
more that it seems like it would be easier to keep current with the latest 
versions of various LaTeX packages by updating with MiKTeX and simply copying 
the new versions over to teTeX. Maybe that's more trouble than it's worth, 
but it's just a thought.


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