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that is the only solution that worked for me: sudo su chmod 777 -R /home/yourUSER/pathTO/matlabFOLDER cd /home/yourUSER/pathTO/matlabFOLDER ./install from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50gryiqkgxw


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that is the only solution that worked for me: sudo su chmod 777 -R /home/yourUSER/pathTO/matlabFOLDER cd /home/yourUSER/pathTO/matlabFOLDER ./install from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50gryiqkgxw


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There is no uninstaller for MATLAB on UNIX or Linux. To remove MATLAB you simply need to delete the MATLAB installation following the instructions below: If you are running a license manager for MATLAB, shut down the license manager using the lmdown script located in MATLAB's etc directory. If this folder does not exist, you are not running the FlexNet ...


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The newest version of octave has a full GUI similar to MATLAB. Assuming octave is already installed you can move onto the newest stable octave version by running: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:octave/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade If you open octave now it should look like this:


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You should try $ sudo -E matlab This will tell sudo to preserve your environment variables. If this doesn't work, Matlab is probably loading a configuration file from /root instead of /home/username. You can check where the configuration is located using the prefdir command in Matlab. I believe it is located under /home/username/.matlab


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This is most likely the bug described here, that is, an incompatibility between stdlibc++ versions. Workaround, from the Mathworks support thread linked above: Identify the location where MATLAB is installed Navigate to the sys/os/glnxa64 directory within this installation folder Rename libstdc++.so.6 library to libstdc++.so.6.old It worked ...


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Yes, this bug is under track by NVidia and could be fixed in the future release of NVidia drivers. I would suggest to try one of the these: Uninstall the current nvidia driver, and then install driver 352.79 as suggested by Matlab. sudo apt-get purge nvidia* sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 Notice that nvidia-352 driver may break your internal display ...


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There is a write permission error. Try to chmod -R 777 ~/.matlab If it throws errors, try with sudo.


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This is one of the 2 workarounds which I have used Workaround You can force MATLAB to load the newer version of the library provided by the operating system, by following these instructions: Identify the location where MATLAB is installed Navigate to the sys/os/glnxa64 directory within this installation folder Rename libstdc++.so.6 library to ...


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The key is to find the java/jre directory. You can cd to /usr/lib/jvm/ and list all files. There you may find java versions like java-8-openjdk java-8-openjdk-amd64 java-1.8.3-openjdk-amd64 java-x-oracle You can one as your Java engine. Personally, I picked the following one and the this command for my MATLAB R2016a installation on Bbuntu 16.04: sudo sh ...



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