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|#3496||fixed||Xorg Libraries build in the wrong order|
When I compiled Xorg on my newly built LFS system, I found that they are listed in the wrong order in the md5 file for a fresh installation. For example, libdmx complained that it couldn't find xtrans on the system. I have attached the md5 file that gave me a proper installation for your review.
|#2177||fixed||Exim version entities for easier updates|
All corrections are with reference to
Correction to version numbers
All three references to exim-4.43-2 should be to the current version number
Update to on-line documentation
Tarballs of pre-built documentation for exim are available in
By the way, the "University of Cambridge" here means Dr. Phil Hazel of the
|#2178||fixed||Does teTex require the obsolete unicode package?|
The cm-super tarball is only partially copied to the texmf installation directories. I recently found I needed something else from it: namely file cm-super/type1ec.sty , which is used by the LaTeX back-end for asciidoc.
Unless someone has a better idea, I recommend putting it in /usr/share/texmf-local/cm-super/type1ec.sty
The same back-end also needs ucs.sty: I'm currently trying to track down the best source (the original author has dropped it for want of time) . A version can be found at www.botik.ru/~znamensk/CTAN/macros/latex/contrib/supported/unicode/ucs.sty : I suppose somewhere like /usr/share/texmf-local/tex/ucs/ucs.sty will do for it.
Just in case anyone missed it, after installing new files "by hand" you should call mktexlsr /usr/share/texmf-<whatever> to update the ls-R catalogue file. mktexlsr with no arguments updates all the catalogues it knows about, which is easy but can take a while, as there's a lot in 'texmf'.