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Re: Setting up Octave on linux.

From: Dave Comer
Subject: Re: Setting up Octave on linux.
Date: Mon, 03 Mar 1997 06:45:52 -0700

YES! An on Sun Solaris 2.5.1 too!

IMHO the trick is to have the correct GNU utilities installed.
In fact, this is what is stated in the INSTALL file that comes
with Octave. I rebuilt my entire GNU install tree (I don't
necessesarily recomend this) because the Redhat distribution
I had was based on a 1.0.x Kernel (I'm running 2.1.13). Once
you get the GNU install tree resolved (including libs).
It works greate.

Dave Comer

Tony Roberts wrote:
> In article <address@hidden>, address@hidden wrote:
> > Has anyone successfully installed Octave, a free Unix MATLAB like
> > package, on a linux system?  I installed the octave 2.0.2-2 RPM on my
> > redhat linux system (Redhat version 4.0), but it complained about
> > unresolved symbols in my Readline shared library.  I have the latest
> > Readline library - do I need to downgrade?
> >
> Try asking such a question of the octave mailing list:
> address@hidden
> In fact I will cross-post this there right now.
>                                              Tony
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