Problem with Matlab and Fedora 7-X_64
Kaplan, Andrew H.
AHKAPLAN at PARTNERS.ORG
Fri Feb 8 13:55:54 UTC 2008
Hi there --
Listed below is the procedure that has worked for us. Let me know if you have
How to install the 32bit version of Matlab onto a 64bit Linux workstation
Example - Red Hat Enterprise Linux
In order to install 32bit MATLAB on a 64bit Linux machine running Linux, it is
necessary to use one
of the following workarounds:
Run the following command syntax: ./install -glnx86 -x
-glnx86 - use 32bit
architecture instead of 64bit
-x - run in X window
Once the installation is completed, the user will need to run in 32bit mode as
opposed to 64bit
mode. The command syntax in this case is the following:
From: fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com [mailto:fedora-list-bounces at redhat.com]On
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Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2008 4:21 PM
To: fedora-list at redhat.com
Subject: Problem with Matlab and Fedora 7-X_64
We have recently acquired a server with 2 Intel Xeon quad-core
processors (8 processors in total) , 16 GB of RAM, and 500GB of Hard Disk. It is
running Fedora 7 X-64. It has all of its updates and is working ok, other than
an annoyance of not being able to forward X-11 via SSH, even though it is turned
on in the sshd_config file. The problem is when I try and install Matlab, on
this system it is reporting the following error
"error while loading shared libraries: libXp.so.6: cannot open shared object
file: No such file or directory"
If I try and place the libXp.so.6 into a network installed version of Matlab,
then it gives me an ELF error that I do not know.
Is anyone else having similar problems? Is there a work around for this?
Thanks in advance
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