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== Installing Octave ==
 
 
 
To simply install the latest stable release of GNU Octave on Arch Linux, just execute (as root):
 
To simply install the latest stable release of GNU Octave on Arch Linux, just execute (as root):
  
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Using [https://aur.archlinux.org/ AUR], one can install a development version of Octave, for example [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/octave-hg/?comments=all octave-hg].  If you encounter any problems during the build process, some problems and solutions are listed in the comments on AUR.  New dependencies are easy to extract from the PKGBUILD.
 
Using [https://aur.archlinux.org/ AUR], one can install a development version of Octave, for example [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/octave-hg/?comments=all octave-hg].  If you encounter any problems during the build process, some problems and solutions are listed in the comments on AUR.  New dependencies are easy to extract from the PKGBUILD.
  
== Building Octave from source ==
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== Building Octave ==
  
 
: ''For general build instructions, see [[Building]].''
 
: ''For general build instructions, see [[Building]].''

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