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Re: octave + octave-forge via Debian's apt-get

From: Laurent Jacques
Subject: Re: octave + octave-forge via Debian's apt-get
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 09:49:02 +0100
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On Friday 27 February 2004 03:53, A. Danial wrote:
| I've installed octave and octave-forge on a Debian machine via the
| convenient apt-get utility, ie,
|   apt-get install octave
|   apt-get install octave-forge
| It leaves me with octave version 2.1.53 but I don't know how to
| deterimine the octave-forge version from the octave prompt, or which
| octave-forge functions are available.

Several command can do that on debian. For instance
        apt-cache policy octave-forge
tells you what are the available versions of octave-forge and what is the 
currently installed one.
        dpkg -l octave-forge
tells you if octave-forge is installed with the version number


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