Tony Schreiner wrote:
Just to reassure you. I've had no problems with octave and hdf5 ( both
from epel ).
From what you've written, I don't think this it the problem, but just
to be sure: are you running x86_64 and have installed i386 hdf5?
no, its i386
OH. looking again (having put this aside since last week)
# yum list hdf5
looks like I got hdf5 from rpmforge :-/
# yum remove hdf5
# yum --disablerepo=rpmforge install octave octave-forge hdf5
has sorted it out. grrrrrr. once again epel does not play well with
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