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Thread: LaTeX -- hyphenation

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    Default LaTeX -- hyphenation

    Hi all.

    My system is OpenSuSE 11.2, and I've installed pretty everything concerning *TeX from DVD distribution. Now, I'm writing a Russian text in LaTeX, and would like to switch "ruhyphen" on -- that is, to make hyphenation work. Most articles found on the Web deal with "/usr/share/texmf/tex/config"-like directories, as well as "initex"-like commands -- I found neither of the on my machine... What do you say?

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    Default Re: LaTeX -- hyphenation

    ruhyphen is installed by default on openSUSE 11.2

    I don't use a special hyphenation package but I would guess you would need something like

    \usepackage{ruhyphen}

    in the preamble.

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    Default Re: LaTeX -- hyphenation

    Hey john, thanks. I've learned that the file I missed so -- langauage.dat -- was in "/usr/lib/texmf/tex/generic/config". Just edit language.dat, `texhash' and `texconfig init' -- and everything works.

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