On Feb 18, 2007, at 3:20 PM, M. White wrote:
Hi, I am not exactly if this is the correct place to ask this
question or not - my apologies if misplaced.
I just installed octave 2.9.9 using darwinports and tried to run a
small matrix test case for matlab (mytrit.m from Johan Helsing of
Lund University). When I try to run it, it gets to the line:
and I get the error message:
error: Missing CHOLMOD. Sparse cholesky factorization disabled
[If I comment out that section, everything else seems to run fine.]
Now as near as I can tell cholmod should be part of SuiteSparse
(which was also installed [v. 2.4.0_0] as part of this process). The
headers for cholmod are found in "/opt/local/include/ufsparse".
There is also a chol.oct found in "/opt/local/libexec/octave/2.9.9/
Unfortunately, the I did not try to build it verbose - and cannot
find any log or error files that might point out what actually
happened. Does anyone have any ideas on what I possibly did wrong
and how I might fix it?
I have a copy of 2.1.73 which was installed from binaries provided by
hpc.sourcefourge.net last year in /usr/local/bin - but /opt/local/bin
comes first in my path. I had originally tried to install the 2.9.9
binaries from there, but it complained because I did not have UMFPACK
(probably because I did not have ufsparse at that time).
Thank you for your time.
P.S. running Mac OS-X 10.4.8 on a G4.
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