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Old 5th October 2006, 12:41 AM
ehudr Offline
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Octave & Fedora Core 5

upgrading from FC$ to FC5 I am not able any more to run octave.
Runing octave, I get the following error message:
octave: error while loading shared libraries: libgfortran.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
where I have libgfortran.so.1 installed ...

How do I solve this?
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Old 7th October 2006, 02:50 PM
mwette Offline
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How do you have octave installed?

I did a fresh install of Fedora5 and used
"yum install octave octave-devel octave-forge"
(it's in extras).

I'm guessing you have an old version of octave installed.
My octave is v2.9.9 and links to libfortran.so.1
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Old 7th October 2006, 02:55 PM
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I now have solved my problems,
the issue was a non clean upgrade from FC4 to FC5.

I cross posted to the "General" forum where I got help

Now I have 2.9.8 which apparently works with the 1.0.0 version

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