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I. CHANGES FROM UPSTREAM
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Latexmk almost works out of the box.  Two changes have been made to
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conform to Fedora conventions.  First, the default DVI, PostScript, and
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PDF previewers have been changed to 'xdg-open'; see below for more
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information. Second, the site-wide configuration file is
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/etc/latexmk.conf only, as opposed to the list of names searched by the
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original latexmk.
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II. PREVIEWERS
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The command xdg-open views a file using the viewer selected by the user
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for that type of file.  See the xdg-mime(1) command for more
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information.  Unfortunately, the use of xdg-open precludes the updating
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of the previewing application, as latexmk cannot know which application
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is doing the previewing.  It also breaks viewing of landscape documents
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for some previewers.  For best results, you should customize latexmk for
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the particular previewers you intend to use.  Following are the settings
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for some commonly used previewers, to be placed in the site, user, or
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project configuration file.  Note that an update method of 1 means that
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there is no way for latexmk to cause the program to refresh; you have to
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take some action of your own to see changes to the document.
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   A. DVI PREVIEWERS
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      1. xdvi
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         $dvi_previewer = 'start xdvi';
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         $dvi_previewer_landscape = 'start xdvi -paper usr';
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         $dvi_update_method = 2;
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      2. pxdvi
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         $dvi_previewer = 'start pxdvi';
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         $dvi_previewer_landscape = 'start pxdvi -paper usr';
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         $dvi_update_method = 2;
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      3. kdvi
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         $dvi_previewer = 'start kdvi';
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         $dvi_previewer_landscape = 'start kdvi';
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         $dvi_update_method = 0;
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   B. POSTSCRIPT PREVIEWERS
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      1. gv
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         $ps_previewer = 'start gv -watch';
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         $ps_previewer_landscape = 'start gv -swap -watch';
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         $ps_update_method = 0;
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      2. evince
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         $ps_previewer = 'start evince';
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         $ps_previewer_landscape = 'start evince';
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         $ps_update_method = 1;
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      3. kghostview
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         $ps_previewer = 'start kghostview';
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         $ps_previewer_landscape = 'start kghostview --orientation=landscape';
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         $ps_update_method = 1;
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         If you can remember to set the "Watch File" option in
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         kghostview, then instead set:
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         $ps_update_method = 0;
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         Unfortunately, there appears to be no command line argument to
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         set the "Watch File" option.
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   C. PDF PREVIEWERS
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      1. gv
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         $pdf_previewer = 'start gv -watch';
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         $pdf_update_method = 0;
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      2. evince
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         $pdf_previewer = 'start evince';
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         $pdf_update_method = 1;
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      3. kghostview
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         $pdf_previewer = 'start kghostview';
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         $pdf_update_method = 1;
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	 See the remark on the "Watch File" option above.
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      4. kpdf
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         $pdf_previewer = 'start kpdf;
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         $pdf_update_method = 1;
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	 The "Watch File" remark above for kghostview applies to kpdf also.
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      5. acroread
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         $pdf_previewer = 'start acroread';
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         $pdf_update_method = 1;