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Re: [griddata]:__delaunay__ function

From: Martin Helm
Subject: Re: [griddata]:__delaunay__ function
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2011 15:59:31 +0100
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Am 14.11.2011 15:48, schrieb Thierry Laroche:
> I installed my octave from the packman rpm (3.4.0-2.8).
> I will try to recompile at the very end I would like to keep a kernel
> friendly package to avoid the compiling at every update.
> Anyway, I think  I will try it,
> thanks

> [snip]

>> Try this one (octave 3.4.3) from the science repository
Please keep your replies on the list by using "reply to all", others are
possibly interested in the outcome.

By using the science repository you avoid installing something from
outside (it has qhull dependencies built in). Btw octave has nothing to
do with the kernel it is a scientific software and not a hardware driver
or kernel module which needs to be recompiled when you update your kernel.
I recommend you add the science repository permanently to have easy
access to octave updates and to all dependencies

as root
zypper ar science
zypper ref #it will ask to accept the repository key
zypper in -r science octave octave-devel

(or if you prefer that in yast -> software management switch octave and
octave-devel and if you have some the octave-forge packages to the
version from the science repository (you will never have to repeat that
whatever updates come in).

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