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Texinfo is a documentation system that uses a single source file to
produce both online information and printed output. Using Texinfo, you
can create a printed document with the normal features of a book,
including chapters, sections, cross-references, and indices. From the
same Texinfo source file, you can create a menu-driven, online info
file with nodes, menus, cross-references, and indices using the included
makeinfo tool.

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Currently do not use this tree as it has problems!

Build Environment for fetching data from TeX Live servers and creating the appropriate spec files as well as then building with those spec files the TeX Live binary rpms from scratch if possible as well as repacking the TeX Live texmf tar balls into rpms.

WARNING:

Please do not mix upstream TeX Live installation with rpm based TeX Live packages. The dependencies base on rpm data base can not be fulfilled with those of the upstream TeX Live packages.

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The script environment for fetching data from the TeX Live Network and creating spec files. The perl script `generate' will read the data base `texlive.tlpdb.xz' from TeX Live and will generate the spec file to the basesystem. This spec file is used in the package `texlive' to e.g. build `texlive-filesystem', the various
collections and scheme packages as well as the binary packages. Also `generate' generates the spec files for most noarch TeX Live package found in `texlive.tlpdb.xz'. With this as a tarball `texlive-specs.tar.xz' and the spec file `texlive-specs.spec' more than 4200 packages will build.

The `generate' requires the package `avfs' from the project `Archiving' as otherwise it is not able to fix various problems like wrong script permissions or wrong she-bang lines.

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After installing texlive and the package texlive-latex, find a large selection of documentation for TeX, LaTeX, and various layout styles in /usr/share/texmf/doc.

TeX (pronounced tech) is an interpreter for text formatting and was developed by Donald E. Knuth. It works with control and macro commands on a text file. Working with TeX is similar to typesetting methods. LaTeX is a complex macro package that removes the cryptical TeX interface and does most of the work for the user.

TeX uses special fonts produced by the MetaFont program. Various printer drivers and an X11 viewer are also included in this package. The teTeX package is based on the standard TeX package of Karl Berry, which makes configuration much easier. It is also possible to use PostScript fonts. A real PostScript printer is required, however. If the ghostscript (gs) package is installed, all drivers for printing and viewing can use these fonts. Note, however, that the fonts included in the ghostscript package are not identical to Adobe's PostScript fonts. The copyright prohibids us to include them on the CD.

Besides these features, the programs MakeIndex (for producing indexes) and BibTeX (for literature data processing) exist.

The texlive package includes a full texmf tree, many programs like tex, dvips, etc., shell script configuration, and a big collection of documentations. This package is easily configured by the script texconfig and has multilanguage options.

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The basic file system layout for TeX Live installation.

Links to frozen TeXLive 2020

Links to frozen TeXLive 2020

TeXLive anno 2022

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Celestia is a free real-time space simulation that lets you experience our universe in three dimensions. Unlike most planetarium software, Celestia does not confine you to the surface of the Earth. You can travel throughout the solar system to any of over 100,000 stars or even beyond the galaxy. All travel in Celestia is seamless; the exponential zoom feature lets you explore space across a huge range of scales, from galaxy clusters down to spacecraft only a few meters across. A 'point-and-goto' interface makes it simple to navigate through the universe to the object you want to visit.

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Lifelines is terminal-based program that allows the tracking of
genealogical information. The lifelines reports are the power of the
system but requires knowledge in the ll format.

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Various security tools that don't need their own subproject.

Please have a look at the Subprojects, listed at the 'Subprojects' tab for more tools.

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