+++Hi and thanks for the advice, but I still have some questions, which you
may be able to give help on:
You will need octave 2.1.x
+++actually I'd prefer a stable version, as a beginner. I've used
MatLab/SimuLink and am looking for an alternative and for starters didn't
want to do the bugfixing. Is there a stable 2.1.x version?
for the new control systems toolbox.
+++the ocst is already described in the manual of version 2.0.5 so I
believed it to be included in version 2.0.16 as well, or do you mean to say,
that due to compiler inconsistency the included ocst modules weren't
compiled. So then I'd need a newer version of my c++-compiler and recompile
version 2.0.16?
I had to
upgrade my compiler to get it to compile, but my system was four years
old, so you may not have to.
+++I've compiled on the Suse-Linux Version 6.4 but didn't read the
compile-output completely
still thanks for help
best regards, bjoern
Pauk Kienzle
address@hidden
On Wed, Aug 16, 2000 at 08:33:30AM +0200, Florack Bjoern ICM CD MP GSM RD K5
wrote:
I'm a completely new user to octave. After having installed the version
2.0.16 by compiling the sources on a Linux system I could start octave.
It was recommended to start DEMOcontrol for a better understanding of the
Octave Control System Toolbox. The DEMOcontrol is not present though.
There is a folder called "control" but for instance I can't find the
fir2sys(...) nor the ss2sys(....) functions. In "control" I can only find
m-files such as "abcddim", "lyap" or "tzero".
Have I missed copying some further files? I got the source-files from the
site ftp://ftp.che.wisc.edu/pub/octave.
Thanks for help,
best regards Bjoern
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