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README.md

Linux WS20/21

Build Status

This repository contains the latex source code of the module Linux / Betriebssysteme of the University of Applied Science for the winter semester 21/22.

The document contains tasks which students should could solve before they write their exam.

Compiling the PDF document

There are two ways to compile the PDF document. Via a local installed latex environment which must be fullfil the dependencies or via a container image wich has all dependencies included (it is probably easier to use a container image to compile the document).

To do this, install docker or podman as container runtime and make as build tool. If you have docker or podman and make installed execute make container-run/latexmk/index.pdf to compile the PDF document by using a container image.

If you don't want to install a container runtime and the build tool make, you have to install texlive manually - installation instructions.

make commands

container-run/latexmk

Uses a container image to compile the PDF document with latexmk. By default the docker container volkerraschek/latex:latest-archlinux is used. However, it can also be modified. The Makefile contains the variables with the prefix BUILD_IMAGE to change the full qualified image name.

make container-run/latexmk/index.pdf

latexmk

Executes latexmk natively in the system environment.

make latexmk/index.pdf