Command "system" works differently when installing Octave from flatpak
I will try not to waste your time.
I work in linux (kubuntu, 18.04 LTS bionic).
Octave can be installed directly from the package manager, what installs
Octave 4.2.2 and from flatpak (can be also done from the packages manager
telling him to recognize flatpak packages), it installs Octave 5.2.0. So I
have both versions.
I am trying to call an external function, '/gdalinfo.py'/ using
Re: Command "system" works differently when installing Octave from flatpak
On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 10:27 AM Jaime Almonacid Caballer
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> Thanks a lot Kwan,
> No. I hadn't tried it. I have tried right now and I got:
> $ flatpak override --user env=PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/
Dang it. Apologies. I had a typo (did it from memory):
But you are correct in that the system path should already be there.
You can verify with:
flatpak override --show --user org.octave.Octave
Also please note that I am doing this with the --user option. It's
possible that you have installed in the system path (this is the case
if you did it with sudo). If you installed with sudo, leave out the
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