Install LaTeX Packages on Fedora

LaTeX is a typesetting system that has been developed years ago. LaTeX is a very handy tool to keep the standard in your writing, such as publication, CV, etc. As described on their official website, “LaTeX is the de facto standard for the communication and publication of scientific documents.”

LaTeX is very broad. You can find over 5000 templates of LaTeX document online, which is usually available on CTAN.

Even though LaTeX packages are huge, Fedora handles them neatly as you can see later in this article. Fedora provides various schemes so you can choose which one suits you better.

  1. Basic Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-basic
  1. Context Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-context
  1. Full Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-full
  1. Gust Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-gust
  1. Medium Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-medium
  1. Minimal Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-minimal
  1. Small Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-small
  1. Tetex Scheme
dnf install texlive-scheme-tetex

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