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For RedHat-based distributions like RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, Scientific Linux, ...
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For RedHat-based distributions like RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, Scientific Linux ...
  
=== Generic RedHat ===
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=== Unspecific RH ===
  
 
Tested Fedora 20, but not completely.
 
Tested Fedora 20, but not completely.
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Current release as of Aug. 20th 2018 seems to compile OK with CentOS blas-devel
 
Current release as of Aug. 20th 2018 seems to compile OK with CentOS blas-devel
  
===== Prepare installation of Octave =====
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===== prepare installation of octave =====
  
 
The remaining steps do not need to be done as root, except for
 
The remaining steps do not need to be done as root, except for
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     mkdir src build
 
     mkdir src build
  
===== Compiling Octave from source =====
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===== get source code of octave and compile it=====
  
Check out a copy of the octave sources in the src directory
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check out a copy of the octave sources in the src directory
  
 
     cd src
 
     cd src
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     make install
 
     make install
 
[[Category:GNU/Linux]]
 
[[Category:Installation]]
 

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