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Re: math and fedora



Teo Fonrouge wrote:
Mostafa Z. Afgani wrote:
Have a look at octave

do a

yum install octave

as root and you should have Octave running .. it closely resembles
MATLAB in function (without the toolboxes ofcourse)..

Best,
M
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Hello,

Where is the Fedora repository that contains Octave ?

It's part of Fedora Core, so you'll find it in the base repository and also on your install media.


Paul.



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