Hello,
I have reinstalled my gnuplot except now it gives me a timeout error as
such
u=1:200;
y=2*u+1
plot(y,x)
Timeout: gnuplot not ready
I reinstalled my gnuplot using,the following method, downloading the
following file
gp400win32.zip;
Adding the following lines to file 'octaverc'
gnuplot_binary = "c:/gnuplot/bin/pgnuplot"
putenv('TMPDIR','c:/cygwin/tmp')
gnuplot_has_multiplot = 1
The gnuplot window does come up, but no graphs are plotted. I'm finding
my octave very unpredictable, with different errors arising every time
I invoke it. Any ideas??
----- Original Message -----
From: FreeFall <address@hidden>
Date: Monday, April 11, 2005 6:50 pm
Subject: Re: GNUplot missing?
Did you install gnuplot?It is another program. Octave just calls
gnuplot to plot
On Mon, 11 Apr 2005 14:06:53 +1000
SITI HAJAR A BAKAR <address@hidden> wrote:
Hello all,
Im havoing trouble doing simple plotting. I suspect I havent
installed
all the octave installations properly
I tried to test my plotting , performing the following
x=1:100; y=x.^2; plot(y,x);
c:/gnuplot/bin/pgnuplot : not found
warning: broken pipe -- some output may be lost
Im running octave 2.1.67 through cygwin. I dont udnerstand thins
as at
the beginning of opening octave, I can see the following line
gnuplot_binary= c:/gnuplot/bin/pgnuplot
Can anyone give me some pointers? Thank you
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Kienzle <address@hidden>
Date: Monday, April 11, 2005 9:57 am
Subject: Re: Octave-forge with 2 installations of Octave
You can either use environment variables to specify which octave
to use:
OCTAVE=... MKOCTFILE=... ./configure
or you can put a link to your octave and your mkoctfile in your
~/bin directory and make sure it is first on your path.
- Paul
On Apr 10, 2005, at 2:09 PM, Christian F. Vélez Witrofsky wrote:
Hello everyone,
I've been trying to install Octave-forge on a cluster and
I've been
having a problem, there's a general installation of octave,
and
my own
in my home directory (which is a newer version of octave)
and I
can't> seem to get octave forge to build for my newer one, it
installs it in
my directory but it makes the build for the older version...
how
can I
get it to bluild for the newer one?
Thanks for your time.
--
Christian F. Vélez Witrofsky
University of Puerto RIco, Rio Piedras
Faculty of Natural Sciences
Dept. of Computer Science
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