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at last!

From: Robert Kirchner
Subject: at last!
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 11:23:26 -0700

Three cheers for Per^2! It worked! I now have octave with octave-forge running on my machine.

One more newby question: I have a bunch of matlab .m files that I want to try running in octave. Being unfamiliar with the fink directory structure, I'm wondering where I should put these files so that they're accessible to octave.


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