Unsure of Java/Gnome/MatLab interactions
froller at tnclimited.com
Wed Feb 10 21:10:49 UTC 2010
KAYVEN RIESE wrote:
>> Well spotted.
>> If needed, 32bit Matlab can still be installed and run on x86_64 by
>> using -<arch> command line parameter:
>> install -glnx86
>> and then
>> matlab -glnx86
> THe support guy seemed to think I didn't have any 64 bit option
> [:: clip from MatLab tech support ::]
> This error indicates that you are installing MATLAB on a 64 bit Linux
> distribution. Due to product incompatibilities, the MATLAB Student
> version is available in 32-bit only. Thus installing MATLAB on a 64-bit
> Linux or 64-bit Windows is not supported. The MATLAB Student Version is
> supported on 64-bit Mac OS X, but the software runs in 32-bit mode only.
> [:: end clip ::]
Fair enough; that being the case try Sarunas's suggestion and let us
know if it works. If not, then you can build a vbox (virtual) machine
(just for testing) with 32 bit OS to see if switching will clear your
"Life is like linux, simple. If you are fighting it you are doing something wrong."
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