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    kile error dsfont.sty

    hey,
    i run kile 2.1 on my ubuntu 10.4
    i used to have it on 9.10 and had several .tex files compiled and ready already... no that i installed it again it won't build the pdfs anymore giving me a first a warning and then an errormessage called, saying:
    warning:
    /usr/share/texmf-texlive/tex/latex/extsizes/extsizes.sty:0: It is better to use one of the extsizes classes, if you can.
    error:
    ./vl1.tex:8:File 'dsfont.sty' not found. \usepackage

    line 8 of my file says:
    \usepackage{amsmath}

    i hope you can help me, if you need more info let me know

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    Re: kile error dsfont.sty

    okay
    stupid of me, seems like it meant the line
    \usepackage{dsfont}
    so the doublestroke font, i dont know how to install that package, i have the file dsfont.sty but i dont know where to move it, anyone knows where it should go?

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    Re: kile error dsfont.sty

    hey, so the font was in the package "texlive-extra-fonts" available via synaptics

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    Re: kile error dsfont.sty

    Hi,
    does anyone know if it is possible to install doublestroke without installing all the texlive-extra fonts package? I mean, this package contains a lot of stuff which is not useful for me, but occupies a lot of memory in my netbook...can I install only what I need?
    THANX!

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    Re: kile error dsfont.sty

    toffifeemann, the package is called texlive-fonts-extra
    cheers

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    Re: kile error dsfont.sty

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