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Re: invoking octave from command line with ubuntu

From: nikkos
Subject: Re: invoking octave from command line with ubuntu
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 02:28:56 -0800 (PST)

gustafson wrote:
> On Tuesday 27 November 2007 11:53:12 Ólafur Jens Sigurðsson wrote:
>> Hi Nikkos
>> to run octave code without getting into the octave shell then run
>> octave --eval "whatevercommandyouwanttorun"
>> Then after executing the command octave will exit and you get your
>> shell prompt again.
>> HTH
>> Oli
> Alternatively, you could add
> #!/usr/bin/octave
> To the first line of the file, make the file executable (chmod 755 
> filename.m), then execute it on the command line (./filename.m).
> Pete
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if i open a terminal and write octave (so the prompt now is from octave) i
can run my program e.g. klo1.m

I put in the first line of my program:    #!/usr/bin/octave    and i made
the file executable.

But still, when i write:      /home/student/m/klo1.m                    i
don't take anything, neither error nor my output.

Do you have any idea?
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