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TeX Capacity Exceeded


If you get an error while running TEX or LATEX like:



  TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [pool size = 67555]

Then edit /etc/texmf/texmf.cnf to set:



  pool_size = nnnnnn

where you add something to the current value of nnnnnn. This should take effect next time you run LATEX.


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