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Update readme.md and build.hpp.
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### 4. Building mlpack from source

This section discusses how to build mlpack from source. However, mlpack is in
the repositories of many Linux distributions, so it may be easier to use the
package manager for your system. For example, on Ubuntu, you can install mlpack
with the following command:
This document discusses how to build mlpack from source. These build directions
will work for any Linux-like shell environment (for example Ubuntu, macOS,
FreeBSD etc). However, mlpack is in the repositories of many Linux distributions
and so it may be easier to use the package manager for your system. For example,
on Ubuntu, you can install mlpack with the following command:

$ sudo apt-get install libmlpack-dev

@@ -216,7 +217,7 @@ and submit an issue. The mlpack developers will quickly help you figure it out:

[mlpack on Github](https://www.github.com/mlpack/mlpack/)

Alternately, mlpack help can be found in IRC at `#mlpack` on irc.freenode.net.
Alternately, mlpack help can be found in IRC at `#mlpack` on chat.freenode.net.

If you wish to install mlpack to `/usr/local/include/mlpack/`, `/usr/local/lib/`,
and `/usr/local/bin/`, make sure you have root privileges (or write permissions
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@section build_buildintro Introduction
This document discusses how to build mlpack from source. However, mlpack is in
the repositories of many Linux distributions and so it may be easier to use the
package manager for your system. For example, on Ubuntu, you can install mlpack
with the following command:
This document discusses how to build mlpack from source. These build directions
will work for any Linux-like shell environment (for example Ubuntu, macOS,
FreeBSD etc). However, mlpack is in the repositories of many Linux distributions
and so it may be easier to use the package manager for your system. For example,
on Ubuntu, you can install mlpack with the following command:
@code
$ sudo apt-get install libmlpack-dev
@@ -232,7 +233,7 @@ and submit an issue and the mlpack developers will quickly help you figure it
https://github.com/mlpack/mlpack
Alternately, mlpack help can be found in IRC at \#mlpack on irc.freenode.net.
Alternately, mlpack help can be found in IRC at \#mlpack on chat.freenode.net.
@section install Installing mlpack

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