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Re: Installation problems

From: frank wang
Subject: Re: Installation problems
Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2006 13:53:57 -0700

Thanks for the help.
I am using SUSE 10.1. I just downloaded the octave packages and try to build it. I think that I do not have lapack/blas/ufsparse, etc. package installed.
Could you tell me what packages I need to install? I want to install Octave in the best way so I can port my matlab code to octave.

On 8/4/06, Dmitri A. Sergatskov <address@hidden> wrote:
On 8/4/06, frank wang <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> Thanks for the help on the gfortran and configure can find it now.

You are posting to the wrong mailing list. help-octave (General
discussion about using and installing Octave) would be more

> However, I still have problems with installation. The configure cannot find
> readline package, even though I have installed it and the rpm -q readline
> said it is readline-5.1-22 . The same thing happens for ncurses, termcap that
> configure cannot find them even though they are installed. Can someone help
> me to figure this out?

You need to install development libraries. Those usually have names
like readline-devel
and so on.

> Also, I used --disable-readline and configure worked. After the make command
> successfully build the package, I typed make check. Then I got:
> src/DLD_FUNCTIONS/luinc.cc.........................panic:
> Segmentation falut.

This may happen if your lapack/blas/ufsparse libraries were compiled
by a different
gcc compiler than the one used to compile octave.
Then there are 10000 other possibilities, but we could not tell since you
did not provide any details.

> Thanks
> Frank



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