The Robot Fix

Do you have a problem with a certain alien from the planet Krypton? Are you a hard working multi-billionaire, super powered human, or evil deed enthusiast? Do you spend day and night building evil robots, conducting crazy genetic experiments to create horrible monsters, fabricating mind control devices or doomsday weapons, concocting plans to seize the world’s gold, water, air, or cupcake supply only to be foiled by a pesky Kryptonian? Or are you a friend with a Kryptonian and want a weapon in case your friend loses control of his or her mind or body due to mind control or body switching? Well you’re in luck. You can create your own Kryptonite that will end your Kryptonian problem. This green-glowing rock is the only weakness of Kryptonians. Well, magic is another weakness, but magic is really hard to learn and all you have to do with Kryptonite is hold it.

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GO to the following directory where you have mounted your ISO file like

cd /mnt/iso/latex.iso

Installation in GUI mode

The installer supports the GUI mode as well to install in GUI mode issue the command given below

  • install-tl -gui Default for UNIX system
  • install-tl -gui Simplified GUI installtion  on Windows.
  • install-tl -gui perltk  Advanced GUI installation

Download LINK

To download visit the following  http://mirror.example.org/ctan/path/systems/texlive/tlnet

Downloading in FEDORA18, or RPM based system

to download in rpm based system simply run the given command below

#yum install texlive

Path setting in LINUX Environment

after the successful installation  you need to setup the environment variables, in linux the environment variables are not automatically setup to setup environment variable inssue the following command, here i have used x86_64 system so issue according to your machine

#export PATH=/usr/local/texlive/2012/bin/x8_64-linux:$PATH /strong>

Use the syntax for your shell, your installation directory, and your binary platform name instead of i386-linux.Post-install: setting the default paper size


you can test by issuing command

#pdflatex myfile.txt


Join command is used in linux system to combine the content of two file by matching the field of two files, for instance,  If file1.txt contain the field ” First name”  and other field “Last Name”  while  other file file2.txt contain the number of each candidate, when we run the command join file1.txt file2.txt, This command join the firstname, last name and phone number

[root@manoj]$ join file1.txt file2.txt

Paste Command: If we run the command paste file1.txt file2.txt, This command display the line of each file line by line, for example file1.txt line displayed in first line and in second line file2.txt first line will be displayed

To create the Customs command’s in Latex we use \newcommand  command,  simply type the following code to create the new command

\newcommand{\manoj}{This is my new command}

when you execute the above command by running \manoj it print This is my new command

for instance,



\author{Manoj Gautam}

\title{Making new Command in Latex}

\date{may 2 1990}


\section{Simply calling the new command}

\newcommand{\manoj}{This is my new command}

\manoj is writing some post about latex




Some basic commands that format the word into specified format

\textbf=> Format the word in bold shape

\textit=> format the word in italic shape

\texttt=> Set the hyperlink for the desired text

\textrf=> format the word in the roman-font

\textss=> Format the word in sans-serif font

\textsc=> Format the word in small caps format

\sffamily=> We can directly set the word for sffamily using this comand

Latex already do some formatting with text, lie \section command define the subtitle in bold face with more bigger heading, and many more, but with that it is not sufficient to make article or any documents more appreciable, so we need to dig down for actual text that rely under the heading and subheading.


Text can be \emph{emphasized}.  % the emphasized word is emphasized
Besides being \textit{italic} words could be \textbf{bold}, %  word italic printed in italic form
\textsl{slanted} or typeset in \textsc{Small Caps}.  %word textsc printed in Caps letter
ltext can be nested \textit{\textbf{nested}}. % here word nested is italic and bold

Note: character % we use here is for comment

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