|Subject:||Re: Octave in MS Windows -- AMD processor|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Feb 2007 19:45:33 +0100|
> I just got a new motherboard with an AMD processor. The binary
> distribution of Octave available from Sourceforge.net warns me that it
> probably won't work right with AMD -- is there an alternative one that
> is compiled for the AMD processors? I don't have Cygwin nor have I got
> any compiler set up yet, so rolling my own would be difficult.
Which Binary? The 2.1.73 I don't believe uses ATLAS and so should be
generic... Even if it does use atlas, it probably uses a 3.6.0 version
that doesn't use SSE3 and so the SSE2 instruction is probably in your
new AMD and so there should be no issue running this version of octave..
There'll be a new windows installer available soonish and there has been
much recent work with octave under msvc and so I'd suggest checking back
at octave-forge regularly for an update..
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