On Thu, 3 Jul 1997 CHUCK@URIACC.URI.EDU wrote:
> Thanks to the many who helped yesterday. Octave complained that it needed
> libg++, even though it wasn't listed dependent on it. I tried to install
> When I did, dpkg found several packages in available that had the
> version field empty. I looked at the file and each of those packages had
> versions x:yz . I changed them to x.yz and that seemed to allow dpkg to
> proceed. However it then said libg++27_126.96.36.199-6 needed libc5 later than the
> version that was installed. So I installed libc5-dev_5.4.20-1.deb. It had a few
> complaints about empty version fields which I fixed the same way, and then
> seemed to install ok.
> Finally I typed "octave" and this time the response was "segmentation fault."
> What should I try next?
What version of octave are you using?
Colin R. Telmer, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations
School of Policy Studies, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L-3N6
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