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To use Octave in MSYS2, install the MSYS2 environment following [https://www.msys2.org/#installation their instructions]. At the <code>bash</code> shell (use e.g. "MSYS2 MinGW 64-bit" from the start menu), update the installation by <code>pacman -Syu</code>. After that, install a version of Octave that matches your environment (and the shell you are using), e.g. <code>pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-octave</code>.
 
To use Octave in MSYS2, install the MSYS2 environment following [https://www.msys2.org/#installation their instructions]. At the <code>bash</code> shell (use e.g. "MSYS2 MinGW 64-bit" from the start menu), update the installation by <code>pacman -Syu</code>. After that, install a version of Octave that matches your environment (and the shell you are using), e.g. <code>pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-octave</code>.
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This will install (among others), the main executables of Octave <code>octave-gui</code> (linked with Qt, i.e., including the "qt" graphics toolkit and the GUI) and <code>octave-cli</code> (linked without Qt, i.e., only "fltk" and "gnuplot" graphics toolkit and no GUI). The Octave GUI can be started with <code>octave-gui --gui</code> from MSYS2's <code>bash</code> shell.
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This will install (among others), the main executables of Octave <code>octave-gui</code> (linked with Qt, i.e., including the "qt" graphics toolkit and the GUI) and <code>octave-cli</code> (linked without Qt, i.e., only "fltk" and "gnuplot" graphics toolkits and no GUI). The Octave GUI can be started with <code>octave-gui --gui</code> from MSYS2's <code>bash</code> shell.
    
=GNU Octave on [https://cygwin.com/ cygwin]=
 
=GNU Octave on [https://cygwin.com/ cygwin]=
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