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Re: libsvm with octave

From: Ben Abbott
Subject: Re: libsvm with octave
Date: Sun, 12 Jun 2016 10:25:38 -0400

> On Jun 12, 2016, at 09:10, Julien Bect <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Le 12/06/2016 à 12:15, 조상훈 a écrit :
>> I have made numerous attempts to run libsvm-3.21 on my octave without 
>> success.
>> Currently I have libsvm installed in my mac El Capitan, where I have octave 
>> 4.0.0 as well.
>> Unfortunately I keep on failing in running  libsvm, particularly in 
>> compiling mex files to oct. files.
>> Whenever I execute a command to run libsvm, my octave responds that 
>> ‘libsvmread’ is undefined.
>> Could anybody help me with a concrete procedure?
> Hello,
> (DISCLAIMER : I am neither a Mac user nor a libsvm user.)
> First, you talk about "compiling mex files to oct. files".  Note that 
> mex-files and oct-files are two different things (but both of them need to be 
> compiled).
> Second, octave complains that it cannot find libsvmread.  If, as I lelieve, 
> libsvmread is a mex- or oct-file, this is not surprising since you failed to 
> compile them.
> So, your first task is to compile the mex- or oct-files.  If you want help 
> about that you will have to provide more information : how did you install 
> libsvm, which steps do you follow when trying to compile the mex-files, and 
> which error message(s) do you get?

Also tell how you installed octave. We'll likely have more questions that 
depend upon answers to those already asked.


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