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     # emerge --sync
 
     # emerge --sync
Add USE flag 'curl' into your <code>/etc/portage/package.use</code> file to enable remote Octave-Forge packages fetching
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Add USE flag 'curl' for remote forge packages fetching into your <code>/etc/portage/package.use</code> file
 
  sci-mathematics/octave curl
 
  sci-mathematics/octave curl
 
and emerge Octave
 
and emerge Octave
 
     # emerge octave
 
     # emerge octave
Since Octave ver. > 3.4.0 is able to fetch Octave-Forge packages from remote repository, packages ''octave-forge'' or ''g-octave'' are no more needed.
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Since Octave ver. > 3.4.0 is able to fetch forge packages from URL, packages like ''octave-forge'' or ''g-octave'' are no more needed.
  
Before installing any Octave-Forge package, in Octave command prompt you must type
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Before installing any Octave-Forge package you must run in Octave command prompt
 
  pkg -forge list
 
  pkg -forge list
 
and then install your favourite packages. Typically, you have to start with  
 
and then install your favourite packages. Typically, you have to start with  

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