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How to install complete, easily updatable LaTeX system with text editor front-end? [duplicate]

I'm new to Xubuntu, having used Windows XP for many years. On Windows I ran MiKTeX, with editors/front-ends WinEdt and TeXworks. I found the MiKTeX Package Manager and Update tools to be especially ...
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3answers
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LaTeXit alternative for ubuntu

On my Mac I was using LaTeXit. It takes a LaTeX code and produces instant pdfs (or pngs, jpgs, etc…). I'm sure there's a similar programme for Ubuntu. But I was unable to find one. Any ideas? ...
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0answers
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Software to easily and quickely create colorful and intuitive review sheets [duplicate]

What is the most effective way to create review papers that include math notation on the computer considering the following aspects? Quality and capabilities - What limits do I have in creating ...
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1answer
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Workflow for creating math heavy notes and review sheets on Linux

I'm looking for an effective way to create notes, summaries, reviews and essays. Thus far I used a mixture of LibreOffice and LaTex, depending on size, complexity and importance. Anything that ...
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5answers
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What are the best LaTeX editor/compiler?

I'm looking for a LaTeX editor/compiler that does not show the output until it is done. It can be in terminal or not, I don't care.
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Is there a mind mapping software that can handle latex?

I run Lubuntu 12.04 and after several terrible experiences with libre office I downloaded core and have not touched it since april. I find kile ok and have been learning to use that and writing with ...
2
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1answer
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Miktex equivalent for 12.04 (open for more suggestions)

I was using MikTeX in Windows 7. Now that I have changed to Ubuntu 12.04, I was looking for a equivalent replacement for it. I tried MikTeX for Debian systems but the following error came: dpkg: ...
3
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1answer
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Setting up Latex with Texmaker

I want to setup latex environment on Ubuntu 12.04 64bit Machine. As I am making a backup system for Windows 7 machine. I have installed the latest version of Texmaker 3.3.4. Now I want to know which ...
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0answers
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LaTeX on Ubuntu 11.10 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What's the easiest way to get started with LaTeX? Just installed Ubuntu 11.10 after decades with Windows. I need to use LaTeX. On Windows I used to install MikTeX ...
8
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1answer
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Note taking software that can support advanced math notation

I'm trying to keep a large collection of GCSE notes for every subject I study, being 10 subjects. I will be using fairly advanced math notation so I would like it to support some system like latex or ...
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8answers
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Markdown, LaTeX combined in WYSIWYG editor. Is there any?

I really like the way markdown is implemented in SE bunch of sites, where I can easily write code blocks, performing formatting or even use latex on some of sites like writing $\pi$. I also like how ...
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5answers
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What is a good setup for LaTeX and R?

I am not sure if this is the proper place for this question, so my apologies if it is not. I want to switch from Windows to Ubuntu, or at least have an additional operating system next to windows. I ...
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2answers
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A PDF viewer supporting SyncTeX for Gnome

I am looking for a PDF viewer for working with LaTeX and SyncTeX (forward and inverse search) under Gnome. I know from previous questions in various forums that Okular has this feature, but I prefer ...