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If the search paths for your installation differ from the standard
TeX directory structure (see section `Introduction' in A Directory Structure for TeX files), edit the file `kpathsea/texmf.in'
as desired, before running
configure. For example, if you have
all your fonts or macros in one big directory.
You may also wish to edit the file `mktex.cnf', either before or
after installation, to control various aspects of
friends. See section 126.96.36.199 `mktex' configuration.
You do not need to edit `texmf.in' to change the default
top-level or other installation directories (only the paths).
You can and should do that when you run
configure (next step).
You also do not need to edit `texmf.in' if you are willing to rely on `texmf.cnf' at runtime to define the paths, and let the compile-time default paths be incorrect. Usually there is no harm in doing this.
The section below explains default generation in more detail.
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