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For more information about the GNU project, please see the official GNU web site. GMP's main target platforms are Unix-type systems, such as GNU/Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, Mac OS X/Darwin, BSD, AIX, etc. It also is known to work on Windows in both 32-bit and 64-bit mode. At this time, GNU UPC is available on the following platforms: Intel x8664, Linux 64 bit uniprocessor or multiprocessor systems (RHEL, SUSE, Fedora, CentOS, Ubuntu) Intel x8664, Apple Mac OS X system; Intel x86, Linux 32 bit systems (Redhat based distributions) IBM PowerPC, IBM Power6/Power7 Linux based systems (including PERCS). Instructions for older versions of Mac OS X (10.6 - 10.10) Instructions for installing the GNU compilers for older versions of Mac OS X (10.6 - 10.10) have been moved and are available on another page. Tips & Warnings. I mention all but the last of these tips and warnings in the text above, but it doesn't hurt to list them a second time.

  • https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/octave
  • ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/octave
Gnu

Please download fromhttps://ftpmirror.gnu.org/octave,which will redirect automatically to a nearbymirror site.

GNU/Linux

Packaged versions of Octave for GNU/Linux systems are provided by theindividual distributions described in theOctave wiki.These packages are created by volunteers.The delay between an Octave source release and the availability of a packagefor a particular GNU/Linux distribution varies.

Alternatively,there are some distribution independent installation methods for more recentversions of GNU Octave described in theOctave wiki.

macOS

The Octave Wiki has instructions forinstalling Octave on macOS systems.Octave is also available in third-party package managers such asHomebrew and MacPorts.

BSD

Executable versions of Octave for BSD systems are provided by the individualdistributions.Both FreeBSD and OpenBSDhave Octave packages.These packages are created by volunteers and the Octave project has no controlover that process.

Microsoft Windows

Note: All installers below bundle several Octave packagesso they don't have to be installed separately.After installation type pkg list to list them.
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  • Windows-64 (recommended)
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w64-installer.exe(~ 300 MB)[signature]
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w64.7z(~ 300 MB)[signature]
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w64.zip(~ 530 MB)[signature]
  • Windows-32 (old computers)
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w32-installer.exe(~ 275 MB)[signature]
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w32.7z(~ 258 MB)[signature]
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w32.zip(~ 447 MB)[signature]
  • Windows-64 (64-bit linear algebra for large data)
    Unless your computer has more than ~32GB of memoryand you need to solve linear algebra problemswith arrays containing more than ~2 billion elements, thisversion will offer no advantage over the recommended Windows-64version above.

    • octave-5.2.0_1-w64-64-installer.exe(~ 286 MB)[signature]
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w64-64.7z(~ 279 MB)[signature]
    • octave-5.2.0_1-w64-64.zip(~ 490 MB)[signature]

All Windows binaries with corresponding source code can be downloaded fromhttps://ftpmirror.gnu.org/octave/windows/.

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