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Possible solution: Link libgfortran.so.3 to libgfortran.so ln -s libgfortran.so.3 libgfortran.so Rebuild ld cache sudo ldconfig Reinstall the lib Check out http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16710047/usr-bin-ld-cannot-find-lnameofthelibrary for more info.
Cut out and reworded from @MyUserIsThis' edits to his question: Ok, I chowned recursively the whole directory /home/<user>/.matlab so I would have permissions to write on it and it was fixed. BTW, in case someone else runs into this, the exec line of the desktop file should include the option -desktop for the script to work properly when not called ...
Run sudo apt-get purge matlab-support in a Terminal to remove it.
i had the same problem with Matlab 2014a, i tried to change permissions of the sys/java/jre/glnxa64/jre/bin/java but it wouldn't i still don't know the reason why, so i took the whole sys/java/jre/glnxa64/jre directory and copied it to my Desktop where i changed the permissions to chmod 777 /home/$USER/Desktop/jre/bin/java and i started the ...
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