# Latex document class thesis

In case your newly installed file is still not found, you will have to use kpsewhich to find out where it is searched for. (Before that, regenerate any relevant ls-R file to make sure it is up to date.) kpsewhich is the all-purpose front-end of the kpathsea library, which is also indirectly called by kpsepath . Its most extensive debug option -debug -1 will cause it to print out everything it does, including how it obtains path lists for all types of files from the configuration files after finding these very files from different built-in paths. Its output will be longer than your terminal's typical number of saved lines, so you are well advised to pipe it:

\ documentclass { article } \ usepackage [ utf8 ]{inputenc } %codification of the document   \ usepackage { comment }   %Here begins the body of the document \begin { document } This documents contains a lot of comments, non of them will appear here, only this text.   This documents contains a lot of comments, non of them will appear here, only this text.   \begin { comment } This text won't show up in the compiled pdf this is just a multi-line comment. Useful to, for instance, comment out slow-rendering while working on the draft. \end { comment }   \end { document }

\ title [ About Beamer ] %optional { About the Beamer class in presentation making }   \ subtitle {A short story }   \ author [ Arthur, Doe ] % (optional, for multiple authors) { A.~B.~Arthur \inst { 1 } \ and J.~Doe \inst {2} }   \institute [ VFU ] % (optional) { \inst {1 } % Faculty of Physics \\ Very Famous University \ and \inst { 2 } % Faculty of Chemistry \\ Very Famous University }   \ date [ VLC 2013 ] % (optional) { Very Large Conference, April 2013 }   \logo {\ includegraphics [ height= ]{lion-} }