Hi, I'm new to this forum and to LaTeX in general. After writing a small drama piece in this text field and my internet disconnected leading to loss of work, I'll keep things short.
So the issue is, I installed texlive-full on KDE neon (ubuntu base) and it came with xterm and vprerex packages. I don't want them, but when I run
How can I fix this? Is there a "LaTeX essentials" package that would just include all the necessary libraries and maybe a nice compiler without all the software that will double up on my existing terminal and viewer? Is there a way to remove xterm from texlive-full but for it not to give up on the rest of the packages?
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