First of all, there are lots of different types of La Te X distributions.
To simplify your search here are a couple of simple suggests: There are two parts to a La Te X installation: a La Te X distribution (the compiler) and an editor to write the document in (a text editor of your choice): You can use any text editor you like but there are a couple that were designed for La Te X and have built in La Te X typesetting functionality that is really useful - if you're just starting out I suggest: Te XShop on a Mac and Te Xworks or Texmaker or Te XStudio on Linux, and Mi KTe X or Texmaker on Windows.
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There are two La Te X distributions available for Debian: Te X Live and te Te X.
The latter is no longer supported, so it is recommended to install Te X Live.
That hopefully minimises problems with documents that work on Overleaf but not locally or vice versa.
When we upgrade Te X Live, we recompile a large test set of documents, including roughly 2,600 from our gallery of templates, examples and articles to check for breaking changes, including both errors and large visual changes to the output.
Te X Live is a free distribution of the Te X typesetting system that includes many, many Te X-related programs, fonts and macro packages, including La Te X.
Overleaf uses Te X Live on our compile servers to power the real time preview and produce the PDFs for your projects.Αυτή τη σελίδα την έφτιαξα προκειμένου να βοηθήσω όποιον ταλαιπωρείται με τον equation editor ή το mathtype.Εάν χρειάζεστε επαγγελματικό, ελεύθερο και δωρεάν τρόπο να γράψετε Ελληνικά ή ξενόγλωσσα κείμενα μαθηματικών (και όχι μόνο), μάλλον χρειάζεστε το La Te X.It is a long time now that I have not touched any La Te X. Simply, because I did not have any opportunity to do that again after my Academic studies and research. And, as a first step I had to install it on my Mac Book Pro, a supposedly easy and straightforward task for a Linux enthusiast, right? Mac OS is a BSD-based operating system which unfortunately does not have any official package manager tool, like ‘yum’ on Red Hat or ‘apt’ on Ubuntu.With a package manager, everything would be much easier, and maybe this post was not needed at all.Having said that I will highlight the purpose of La Te X (Te X) for those of you, like me, who are too lazy to bother reading those pages - The original Te X was designed with two main goals in mind: to allow anybody to produce high-quality books using a reasonably minimal amount of effort, and to provide a system that would give exactly the same results on all computers, at any point in time.