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    Question When I attempt to install TexLive Yast2 fails with status 127

    When I attempt a 1-click install of TexLive from https://software.opensuse.org/package/texlive, I get the error message:

    2018-03-11 09:51:48 <1> attlocal(27080) [zypp] TargetImpl.cc(doExecuteScript):307 Execute script /var/adm/update-scripts/texlive-kpathsea-2016.122.svn41139-25.5-zypper{[2-No such file or directory]}

    and the process terminates with status 127.

    I checked, and indeed the file is not there.

    What to do?

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    Default Re: When I attempt to install TexLive Yast2 fails with status 127

    Why the 1-click install? Texlive is part of the distro, so should be installable through the YaST software manager, or through zypper:
    Code:
    sudo zypper in texlive
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    Default Re: When I attempt to install TexLive Yast2 fails with status 127

    Check whether your disk is full.
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    Default Re: When I attempt to install TexLive Yast2 fails with status 127

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    Check whether your disk is full.
    775 Gb free

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    Default Re: When I attempt to install TexLive Yast2 fails with status 127

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Why the 1-click install? Texlive is part of the distro, so should be installable through the YaST software manager, or through zypper:
    Code:
    sudo zypper in texlive
    I'll try that, but shouldn't the 1-click install work also?

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