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entered these commands: sudo chmod -R 777 ~/"folder with matlab" sudo ./install This made the installer window appear and installation proceeded normally.
You have tried to install the package matlab-support, which is available in the Ubuntu repositories. Without MatLab, it is useless, but keeps popping up. Run the command sudo apt-get autoremove --purge matlab-support and you're done.
./install -mode silent -inputFile installer_input.txt You want to make a copy of the template installer_input.txt and fill in your values for FIK and license server, etc. (assuming license server licensing) http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/96403-how-can-i-install-and-activate-matlab-on-a-unix-linux-machine-without-using-the-x-window-system-x-s ...
Notes: Variable expansion doesn't work inside single quotes '' - so slave_$i in the second part of your command will remain slave_$i. Since you know the path of the matlab command, run it directly using the full path, instead of starting in that directory and using ./matlab. If -nosplash -r slave_process are arguments to matlab, they should be in the same ...
First off, you don't need to do that. If you want to launch MATLAB from the Unity menu, you don't have to change those permissions and probably shouldn't. All you have to do is run sudo apt-get install matlab-support in Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T). That should make it so you can access MATLAB via the Unity launcher. You may have to log out and back in again to ...
As the comments were getting long, thus this answer Goto to the folder where Matlab is installed: E.g., If your folder is in /home/abc/matlabroot, then goto /home/ matlabroot is the name of the folder which you want to remove Open a terminal and type: cd Then, drag the folder 'abc' into the terminal and drop it there. Hit enter. Now type: sudo rm ...
I just solved this Problem! Got to change 'execute permission' on 2 files in the folder you create on your PC before installing the program : install in the default Folder java in /Matlab/sys/java/jre/glnxa64/jre/bin To do so go on each file and: right-click -> Properties -> Go on the permission features and check the executable box. And it's Done! ...
You need to have MATLAB installed first. The package in Ubuntu software center is just the Matlab support tool. Follow this guide.
I have MATLAB R2015 installed in a custom location and it installed without any problems-however, the only difference is that I do not have it installed in a mount point. First of all, I would suggest that you check if root has enough space (a complete installation with all the components need about 11GB, IIRC) since the mount point is created inside the ...
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