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Re: Regarding Octave

From: Etienne Grossmann
Subject: Re: Regarding Octave
Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 11:59:43 -0500
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if you use Debian Linux, it can be as simple as entering the commands

  apt-get install octave2.1

and octave-2.1 will be installed. I don't know how it works w/ other
linux distributions, but I think Red Hat and Suse have Octave binary
packages. This seems to be what is said on octave's download page

You did read the 'binaries' section of that page, right? 

  For Windows -not my area of expertise- it points to cygwin and
octave-forge. In the later, at

I see a file called


this *may* be a binary for octave itself. Hey! Someone on the list? Is
this an octave binary? Anyone who knows, please answer!



On Sun, Feb 29, 2004 at 07:25:03AM -0800, Saba Karim Shah wrote:
# Hi,
# Thanks for your reply, I hope it will be of help. Can
# you please let me know the exact links of the files
# that I can download both for Linux and for Windows. 
# I am fimilar with Linux and with Windows as well. I am
# also familiar with command based programs.
# Regards,
# Saba Karim

Etienne Grossmann ------

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