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    [SOLVED] Re: Octave plotting issue

    To tape? I'm not sure I understand what you're asking. Could you be more descriptive?

    You can run octave scripts from the shell. Is that what you're asking? Take a look at the manual to see...
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    Re: ubuntu equivalent of mathematica

    Just to clarify, Octave is easy to use if you are familiar with Matlab. But, if you have never used Matlab, I would agree, getting started might be kind of rough.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Octave plotting issue

    Recent versions of Octave do not seem to support legend creation using the method in my original post. I figured I would share an alternative method and set this post as solved.

    Store all legend...
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    AWR Microwave Office on Ubuntu

    Has anyone tried to get AWR Microwave Office working on Ubuntu? I haven't heard of anyone even attempting it, but I would assume someone has at least tried using Wine.

    The possibility crossed my...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Octave plotting issue

    I found some bug reports from others talking about a similar plotting issue.

    There is a new stable release of octave (octave3.4.0) but it doesn't seem to be available from the software center...
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    [SOLVED] Octave plotting issue

    I am using octave to create a plot with two curves on it with a legend labeling each curve. The following code plots each curve and adds a label to the legend.


    plot(time_Ey,Ey_analytic,'b'); #...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Porting terminal output to gedit

    Found another thread on the same topic

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1423708&page=2

    I'll mark this as solved.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Porting terminal output to gedit

    Using a variable seems like a good idea. I'm assuming you're talking about something like this...

    ls -l > $my_variable && gedit $my_variable

    I'm not sure the right syntax though.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Porting terminal output to gedit

    I'm just looking for a nicer way to view and temporarily save, terminal output. I'd like to be able to scroll through it and save it if I want to. Having the output in an unsaved text file would...
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    [SOLVED] Porting terminal output to gedit

    I'm trying to port terminal output into gedit.
    Example....

    ls -l | gedit

    This will open a blank gedit window but with non of the output from "ls -l". Am I wrong thinking this should work?
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    Errors while installing updates

    When I try to install certain updates they fail and it gives me these errors. Could someone help me understand what's going on. I'm new to ubuntu so please be gentle. thanks.

    E:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using system command from webpage

    What about using includes.....

    <!--#exec cmd="mplayer 'song.mp3'" -->

    or

    <!--#include virtual="page.pl"-->

    or
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    [ubuntu] Using system command from webpage

    I'd like to play mp3's with a webpage. I tried using the system command in the following code. I'm using ubuntu server and perl seems to be working.



    #!/usr/bin/perl

    print <<END;...
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    [ubuntu] Problem playing mp3 from webpage

    I am trying to run a system command in a webpage with the following code.



    #!/usr/bin/perl

    print <<END;
    Content-Type: text/html\n\n
    <html>
    <head></head>
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