If you are willing to use the CVS version, risking to use new features and
bugs, there is now an instructions file to easy setup in Ubuntu 11.04. (
Or you wait some more weeks if not days to get the 1.9.6 version.
On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 2:40 PM, Maurizio Spadaccino
many thanks Giuseppe
I'll give it a go and post results later on.
Il giorno 29/set/2011, alle ore 14:15, Giuseppe Vittucci ha scritto:
> It's strange, cause I run gretl 1.9.5 on Ubuntu 11.04 and I see the
> options in the menu.
> I had also your problems.
> The package in the repository is faulty and I downloaded and installed
> the latest version from the repository of Debian testing:
> Try the following:
> - open Synaptic, search for gretl in the list and remove completely all
> the deb packages related with it;
> - download and reinstall the debian packages
> By the way, for some features related with time series you need to
> install also the following packages:
> - x12a_0.2.10-2_i386.deb
> - tramo-seats_98-2_i386.deb
> You find them here:
> See you
> On Thu, 2011-09-29 at 13:26 +0200, maurizio spadaccino wrote:
>> Hi, I am quite new to Ubuntu so I apologize for any kind of dumb
>> questions I might ask in this post. However, I've been using gretl on my
>> prevoius OS (Windows XP) and after a long procedure that allowed me to
>> install a working version of gretl in Ubuntu I noticed that it would not
>> feature menu items related to VECM and Cointegration Test functions,
>> whilst still having commands such es coint2 available via command line.
>> In both OS i use version 1.9.5. After featuring launch problems from the
>> UBUNTU software center (segmentation fault) I downloaded first the jar
>> available in debian list, version 1.9.5, here
>> and then installed several other packages that would seem to be required
>> (such as fft tools which I can't remember right now, unfortunately
>> Good news is that I now can run gretl in my Ubuntu OS, bad news is I
>> don't see those cointegration menus which I need.
>> I thus tried to install the windows version via Wine. it works fine and
>> shows all the menus, including the ones I need about Johansen test.
>> Versions are the same (1.9.5) the only difference being that the Windows
>> version, in its "about" window, has also the name "cvs"
attached to the
>> number of version, whilst the Ubuntu one hasn't.
>> Do you think there's a way I can try to get the same menu items in the
>> native ubuntu version of the software?
>> Thanks in advance
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