tetex – Obsolete TeX distribution for Unix/Linux
teTeX was a comprehensive distribution of TeX, LaTeX and family, designed for ease of compilation, installation and customisation.
In 2006, Thomas Esser announced he would no longer be able to support, or to produce new versions of, teTeX. With the appearance of TeX live 2007 (whose Unix-system TeX support originally derived from teTeX), no-one should be using teTeX at all, in new applications.
One of the “schemes” available when installing TeX live provides a configuration very close to that of the old teTeX, but using modern versions of programs and packages.
|Licenses||Free license not otherwise listed|
|Contained in||MiKTeX as tetex|
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- tex-gpc: A collection of change files for a TeX system based on GNU Pascal
- tex-fpc: A collection of change files for a TeX system based on Free Pascal
- texlive-repo: A mirror of the TeX Live repository
- emtex: A TeX system for MS-DOS and OS/2