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I assume that you have your software on a CD or iso. Mount the software on say /mnt/matlab. Copy the file installer_input.txt to a working directory, say /tmp . Edit it appropriately. Then run the command from /mnt/matlab: sh install -inputFile /tmp/installer_input.txt -root /mnt/matlab and you should be good to go.


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You need to change the JRE_LOC variable value and it works fine. For this, comment the line (inside the install file) JRE_LOC=$NEW_JRE_LOC and add path of the jre inside the matlab folder you have. For example: JRE_LOC=/home/madhav/Desktop/study/Matlab_2011a_Linux/java/jre/glnxa64/jre/ and then run sudo ./install -glnx86 -v and it should work fine. ...


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For anyone interested I am posting the solution to the problem. I have run the following command in /usr/share/applications and ~/.local/share/applications to find files containing the entry Matlab regardless of the case; I learned that trick from StackOverflow. grep -Ril "Matlab" /usr/share/applications/ The output was: ...


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When in the matlab bin folder did you run it with ./ ie ./matlab? Also depending on how you copied it the file permissions and flags might be incorrect. Use ls -alto check if the executable flag is set. If it isn't you can set it with chmod +x matlab


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You must first cd to the relevant directory before running the install script. cd /path/to/folder sudo ./install Alternatively, you may not have the necessary permissions to execute the file. chmod +x install sudo ./install



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