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Re: error: glpk: support for GNU Linear Programming Kit was unavailable

From: Isak Delberth Davids
Subject: Re: error: glpk: support for GNU Linear Programming Kit was unavailable or disabled when Octave was built
Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2019 13:18:06 +0200

On Fri, 9 Aug 2019 at 09:58, Tim Churchfield <address@hidden> wrote:
I apologise for my general ignorance but I've attached a screenshot of
the messages that are presented to me when I connect to the cluster.
Why state that I can upgrade to a new version of Ubuntu in the
start-up message? On a cluster, is it possible to have multiple users,
each running a different OS version?
Now I am getting second thoughts about my earlier claim. The few clusters that I have been linked to runs one host OS onto which individuals receive user accounts and some storage space. So you simply get a home directory with your customize desktop behaviour but using the tools installed on the host OS. So that when you need a tool installed, you request the admin to globally install the tool. But other people may know of other ways that other clusters operate, hence my doubt on what I said. For now, to be on the safe side, you can approach your system admin with the issue of the upgrade and take it from there.





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