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alpha and lite-kernel

From: A. Scottedward Hodel
Subject: alpha and lite-kernel
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 09:54:09 -0600
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I'm attempting to install octave-2.1.24 on an alpha and am running into
problems with .oct files.  Details of the installation are below (from
bug-octave).  Besides the configure options below I've also tried using
--with-dl, and I'm getting segmentation faults often, even with something so
simple as

    [q,r] = qr(rand(5,3))

I need to use dynamic linking to make use of a convex programming package
that I ported to an earlier bleeding-edge version of Octave.

If someone else has installed Octave on an alpha with dynamic linking, I'd
be grateful to learn if you had these problems, and, if so, how to fix them.

[Note: with jwe's help, I learned to avoid the dxml library distributed on
the alpha, which caused other crashes in this process.]

Configuration (please do not edit this section):

uname output:     OSF1 edalf1 V4.0 1091 alpha
configure opts:   --prefix=/usr/local/gnu/beta --with-f77
Fortran compiler: f77
FFLAGS:           -fpe1 -O
FLIBS:            -lUfor -lfor -lFutil -lm -lots -lm
INCFLAGS:         -I/usr/local/gnu/beta/include/octave-2.1.24/octave
C compiler:       gcc, version 2.8.1
CFLAGS:           -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -mieee-with-inexact -O
-I/usr/local/gnu/beta/include -L/usr/local/gnu/beta/lib
C++ compiler:     c++, version 2.8.1
CXXFLAGS:         -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -mieee-with-inexact -fno-rtti
-fno-exceptions -fno-implicit-templates -g -O2 -Wall
LDFLAGS:          -g
LIBFLAGS:         -L/usr/local/gnu/beta/lib/octave-2.1.24
RLD_FLAG:         -Xlinker -rpath -Xlinker
TERMLIBS:         -lcurses
LIBGLOB:          ./glob/libglob.a


A S Hodel Assoc. Prof. Dept Elect and Computer Eng, Auburn Univ,AL
On leave at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (256) 544-1426
Address until 31 July 2000:Mail Code TD-55, MSFC, Alabama, 35812

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