You can read the on-line copy of the Octave documentation by issuing the command
octave:13> help -iwhile running Octave interactively, by using the GNU Emacs info mode, or by running standalone programs like info or xinfo.
octave:13> bug_reportwhile running Octave interactively. This will create a template bug report file and start an editor on that file. Your message will be sent to the bug-octave mailing list once you are finished editing the template.
If you are unable to use the bug_report command, send your message to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list by some other means. Please read the `Bugs' chapter in the Octave manual to find out how to submit a bug report that will enable the Octave maintainers to fix the problem.
John W. Eaton Department of Chemical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI 53706 USA <email@example.com>