Just yesterday I have been wrestling a lot with tikz under Ubuntu 10.04. Unfortunately the Ubuntu tex package managment system is somewhat "crippled", and version conflicts with various tex-related packages have blocked a large part of tikz functionality. Removing the Ubuntu latex packages completely and then updating to an independent installation of texlive has fixed everything related to tkz-graph and tkz-berge (roughly following http://ubuntuguide.net/how-to-install-texlive-2010-on-ubuntu-10-10 using texlive 2011). I did also find that, in a few instances, the example code was out of date, and one needed to find the right version of example for the example to compile. Good luck!
All the best,
On 11 January 2012 15:43, Adam Radziszewski <kocikikut at gmail.com> wrote:
> [Apologies for semi-spam]
> Dear Corpora users,
> I've been trying for a couple of hours to find a *working* LaTEX package to
> produce simple dependency graphs. I'm sure many of you have already done it
> successfully, so I venture to ask for hints here.
> What I mean is a package tailored at drawing labelled arrows between words
> or blocks of text without having to learn a large general package like
> PSTricks or TIKZ.
> My best hit seemed tikz-dependency, unfortunately I can't compile even the
> simplest examples (TIKZ itself works perfectly on my side, that is texlive
> distribution on Ubuntu 10.04).
> I'll be grateful for any hints,
> Adam Radziszewski
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