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For other Unix systems you may have to Build from source.
If you're running FreeBSD you have two options: you can build from source (via ports) or get the precompiled package:
- Using ports:
Make sure you have your port tree updated. Check FreeBSD documentation about how to do that. Then, as root, type:
cd /usr/ports/math/octave make install clean
After a while you should have your octave ready to use.
- Using packages:
As root type:
pkg_add -r octave
If everything goes fine, it'll fetch the package and install it.
Either way it may also be a good idea to install the package called "octave-forge"
Octave can be installed on OpenBSD by installing the precompiled package or by building from source.
The Octave package for OpenBSD is currently at version 3.0.5. Install it as root:
Building from source on OpenBSD takes a bit of work at the moment, see Compiling on OpenBSD for more details.
There is a build server which continuously builds Octave for Linux. You will find the latest tarball here.