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Windows network installation

From: Mark Veraar
Subject: Windows network installation
Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2002 05:51:52 -0500
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I want to install octave on a Linux and a Windows network for multiuser 
targets. On a Linux system, I think it is not very hard to do. On a Windows 
system, there are some troubles with the paths. 
For example: using "cd ..", it isn't possible to get below the directory where 
octave was installed. 
So when many users want to load octave from a server or something they al have 
to work in a subdirectory of the octave directory. This is not a good solution
I would like to know if someone has found a better solution.
What I also would like to know is why "cd .." in octave in Linux doesn't have 
the same directory restriction.

Best regards,
Mark C. Veraar

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