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Having looked up the line of code in the install script where glnx86 appears, I got confused first. But now I realized I installed Ubuntu 14.04 32 bit.. Of course, trying to install Matlab 64 bit fails. Gotta reinstall Ubuntu..


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In your matlab.desktop file, you need to specify that you want to execute in the desktop. Your Exec= should look like this: Exec=/usr/local/MATLAB/R2013a/bin/matlab -desktop


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There are a couple of different packages that may be what is missing; By default, I have libglpk36 and libglpk0 installed (marked with i). That is the one mentioned in the other answer. This is the list of all standard packages whith glpk in the name: $ aptitude search glpk | grep -vE '^v|i386|-dbg\>' p glpk-doc - linear programming kit - ...


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You can install GLPK as : sudo apt-get install libglpk36 It is in Official Ubuntu Repository.


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This page states that, for Java, matlab requires two things, neither of which your system has: JDK 1.7 (You have 1.6) The Oracle JDK (you have the OpenJDK) (Note: It doesn't explicitly state this, but it links to the Oracle website) You can fix both in one step by following the instructions in this askUbuntu answer For gcc, it wants versoin 4.7 or ...


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After fiddling around for awhile I managed to get the answer! If you installed with appropriate root access (i.e gksu ./install or root ./install) and your Matlab is hanging then it is a permissions issue. The most likely culprit, as it was for me, is that MatLab is trying to write the license to a previous root directory even after a fresh install. In ...



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