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== Docker ==
 
== Docker ==
  
Octave is available as a Docker container on [https://hub.docker.com/r/mtmiller/octave mtmiller/octave Docker Hub]. Using Docker, Octave can be run in a well-defined, minimal GNU/Linux container (sandbox). It can be used as a standard interactive Octave shell or to run scripts, but it may be mostly of interest to developers for use in automated build, test, or CI environments.
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* More info: https://hub.docker.com/r/mtmiller/octave
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* Development: https://gitlab.com/mtmiller/docker-octave
  
 
  docker pull mtmiller/octave
 
  docker pull mtmiller/octave
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== Flatpak ==
 
== Flatpak ==
  
: ''Main article: https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.octave.Octave''
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* More info: https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.octave.Octave
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* Development: https://github.com/flathub/org.octave.Octave
  
 
  flatpak install flathub org.octave.Octave
 
  flatpak install flathub org.octave.Octave
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== Guix ==
 
== Guix ==
  
: ''Main article: https://guix.gnu.org/packages/octave-5.1.0/''
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* More info: https://guix.gnu.org/packages/octave-5.1.0/
  
 
== Homebrew on Linux ==
 
== Homebrew on Linux ==
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"Homebrew on Linux" was formerly a fork known as Linuxbrew. It is possible to install the current release of Octave or the development version and any needed dependencies within your home directory.
 
"Homebrew on Linux" was formerly a fork known as Linuxbrew. It is possible to install the current release of Octave or the development version and any needed dependencies within your home directory.
  
Once [https://docs.brew.sh/Homebrew-on-Linux#install Homebrew is installed], Octave can be installed with the command:
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* More info: https://docs.brew.sh/Homebrew-on-Linux
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* Development: https://formulae.brew.sh/formula/octave
  
 
  brew install octave
 
  brew install octave
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== MXE ==
 
== MXE ==
  
: ''Main article: [[MXE]]''
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* More info: [[MXE]]
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* Development: https://hg.octave.org/mxe-octave
  
== Snapcraft ==
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== Snap ==
  
: ''Main article: https://snapcraft.io/octave''
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* More info: https://snapcraft.io/octave
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* Development: https://github.com/octave-snap/octave-snap
  
 
  snap install octave --beta
 
  snap install octave --beta

Latest revision as of 17:43, 23 October 2019

Distributions[edit]

The recommended way for installing Octave on GNU/Linux systems is via each distribution's package installation system. If this is for some reason not possible, or the available Octave version too old, consider using a distribution independent approach described below or Building Octave from source.

Arch Linux[edit]

Main article: Octave for Arch Linux
pacman -S octave

Debian and Debian-based (such as Ubuntu)[edit]

Main article: Octave for Debian systems
apt install octave
apt install liboctave-dev  # development files

Fedora[edit]

Main article: Octave for Red Hat Linux systems
dnf install octave
dnf install octave-devel  # development files

Gentoo[edit]

emerge --ask sci-mathematics/octave

openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise[edit]

Main article: Octave for openSUSE
zypper install octave
zypper install octave-devel  # development files

Red Hat Enterprise/CentOS[edit]

Main article: Octave for Red Hat Linux systems
yum install epel-release
yum install octave
yum install octave-devel  # development files

If the above does not work, follow these instructions to set up your system to install packages from EPEL.

Slackware[edit]

Main article: Octave for Slackware

Distribution independent[edit]

Using a distribution independent approach is particularly useful if you have an older GNU/Linux distribution or if you do not have root access on your system. A common drawback of this approach is, that these solutions are running in some kind of sandbox. Thus limitations in the communication with the underlying system may exist. For example, executing system binaries outside the sandbox might be impossible.

Docker[edit]

docker pull mtmiller/octave

Flatpak[edit]

flatpak install flathub org.octave.Octave

Guix[edit]

Homebrew on Linux[edit]

"Homebrew on Linux" was formerly a fork known as Linuxbrew. It is possible to install the current release of Octave or the development version and any needed dependencies within your home directory.

brew install octave

MXE[edit]

Snap[edit]

snap install octave --beta

Building from source[edit]

Main article: Building