Dear All Recently I've installed Mik Tex 2.9 as support for Mik Tex 2.7 is no more. The major feature of Mik Tex for auto installation of packages not supported by v 2.9 with all the changes made as suggested on the user group. I tried my level best as per the help on the internet but all in vain. Note that there can occur problem when using Te Xnic Center as editor.
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Mainly because I rarely use Mi KTe X and installed it a while ago.localghost's reply helped point me in the right direction.
For example, mine is "/usr/local/texlive/2012/texmf-dist/tex/latex/base/". Try looking through those folders on the command line (e.g.The package includes open source programs such as Te XShop which enables you to create full La Te X documents.Other editors, like Latexian, can be downloaded separately.One early and particularly effective combination was the idea of a text file, containing embedded commands or macros, that could be edited with a programmer's text editor (such as ed or teco or, later, vi or emacs) and subsequently fed to a variety of tools: offline spelling checkers, grammar checkers, and formatters like scribe, troff, and latex that produced a binary page image that could be downloaded to a printer.These tools were fast, powerful, elegant, and extremely demanding of the user.As the first 8-bit personal computers appeared (largely consisting of the Apple II and the rival CP/M ecosystem), programmers tried to develop a hybrid tool called a word processor: a screen-oriented editor that hid the complex and hostile printer control commands from the author, replacing them with visible highlight characters on screen and revealing them only when the user told the program to "reveal codes".