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Note however, that the package does not contain the installation files, and you are expected to place them in the cloned package folder yourself. It can be problematic to build the package using AUR helpers , so you are expected to do so manually. The installation method described in this section should only be performed on the system on which the software is going to be installed and the package should be deleted from the installation location and the pacman cache following installation.
Appropriate video drivers need to be installed along with the OpenGL utility library glu package. If X11 forwarding is being used, the video drivers need to be installed on both the client and server. If "software rendering" is not "false", then there is a problem with your hardware acceleration. If this is the case make sure OpenGL is configured correctly on the system. This can be done with the glxinfo program from the mesa-utils package:.
If "direct rendering" is not "yes", then there is likely a problem with your system configuration. If you experience a low-level graphics error, create a file with the name 'java. This should play an except from Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus. This can be done with the speaker-test program from the alsa-utils package from the official repositories :. In order to take advantage of a supported GPU install the nvidia , nvidia-utils , ocl-icd , opencl-nvidia , and cuda packages from the official repositories.
Details about the supported compilers for the current release and previous releases are available online. The help browser uses valuable slots in the dynamic thread vector and causes competition with core functionality provided by libraries like the BLAS that also depend on the dynamic thread vector. The help browser can be configured to use fewer slots in the dynamic thread vector with. If you have created a. This error seems to happen on multi-monitor setups, see this forum post.
In order to use help browser and livescripts install libselinux AUR. For example,. A more general solution of recompiling glibc has also been suggested. This is a common issue in a number of window managers. DWM, Awesome, bspwm Java does not play well with these window managers. There are two methods. It is an old, depreciated WM that Java applications ironically support Clean the previous environment variable, install the wmname utility, and run. Try running Matlab. If it works, put the fix in your starting script.
Another solution is to run the command only before launching Matlab, and fixing the name after you are done with Matlab. If it does not work, try the combination of both. The second line works in bspwm If it still does not work, try googling similar issues with java in general. If you notice that the menus or the input fields are corrupted or not appearing correctly then you can try to activate the " Use antialiasing to smooth desktop fonts " option in Matlab preferences, it seems to solve the problem.
You will need to restart Matlab in order to take affect. Matlab might complain that it cannot find a package. In this case it is not enough for installation files and Matlab a installer will warn you about this. If it did not, or if you ignored the warning, you will have got the above error.
You can either resize tmpfs 3,5 GB is not enough, 6 GB works , or remove packages from base install and add them later with built-in Matlab add-on installer. If the previous workaround does not work, the issue can be circumvented by selecting software rendering with the MATLAB command beware, performance may be very poor when doing e.
See  and  for more. A better option is to replace libgcrypt symlink in this extraction directory with a less precise one. Replace it with e. Matlab R does not contain a chromium directory anymore. Relinking the library file libcrypto. It is located in:. Make sure the correct support package add-ons are installed webcam or OS Generic Video Interface for example. If running matlab as a user, make sure your user has write permissions to wherever the support packages are being downloaded and installed.
If you are not using it already; I suggest installing amd-microcode and making sure your bootloader loads the related ramdisk before loading initrd. Either way; you can build the package on your server; copy the tar. Please post this in mathworks forums; as anyone else on other linux distros having the same problem can benefit from your experience; or help diagnose what exactly is going wrong. Strangely enough, I copied exact same files to my arch server and it runs.
I guess that architecture issue still persists on this version and I'm running my desktop on AMD zen2. I've installed the latest update and it seemed to go without any hitches apart from having to re-activate Matlab afterwards. Many thanks bbaserdem! Everything I've tested works fine apart from Matlab's built-in updater which notifies me about an update but always fails during the installation with the message "Something unexpected occured".
I'm guessing it's some kind of permissions error but not really sure. Has anybody else managed to use it successfully? I would check mathworks forums for a fix; as if the provided installer is not working on your system it's an issue on the installer end. I can't replicate your issue so I don't know how to help you. Seems to be a matlab installer issue. Cannot install even with their default installer.
Generate a "archive is not a ZIP archive" error but last one has this issue is way back to a. No idea what's going wrong there. Not really, I created the tar bar exactly as the md instructed. However, the downloaded matlab folder does not have that file in the first place. I assume this is a problem with the way you created the tar file; did you follow the instructions as exactly stated in the README provided by the repo? I would delete the one you have and recreate the needed files.
Do you have this file in your downloaded matlab folder? What is that installer? I can't help if you are not being specific. There should be some installer log somewhere; but I don't know where the installer puts it. Your problem is not due to python; because anything to do with python is printed on stdout when you run makepkg. That is the thing, I don't actually know whats wrong with that installer, it does not have any log. I don't even know how to debug this, I might need to do some chroot to mimic makepkg and go through build steps one by one.
I built this package just fine; with the up to date versions of dependencies. And everything works. So curious as to what is not working. I ran into the same Python issue and I "backported" the Python 3. Matlab installed and I was able to start a Matlab engine from an iPython shell, so I would suspect it works.
I even installed the Update 3 as root after Matlab told me I could do that from the little bell icon menu and it still works. It seems gcc8 was submitted to AUR a month after I installed the package. I'll also change the gcc version when I fix the python issue. However; the line you are reporting should work; as I installed using the previous version before. I do remember making a few typos that made the package not build but I recall not committing them but perhaps I did?
So for that, you are on your own. If you people rather not deal with this; you can remove the matlab-engine-for-python from depends array manually; and remove any build instructions for python integration. Year and matlab still does not respect a quick version check on their launcher matlab script. Again I apologize for the delay in updating the package; but I'm not going to push any changes until I can confirm that everything works; and I need access to my PC before that. I tried swapping the Build function from the makepkg version bbaserdem mentioned a , which seems to have fixed that error but now I'm getting a different, generic build error:.
I change gcc9 to gcc and it just works! As for the python3. But I use anaconda, and I make it use python provided by anaconda. And I have to use the legacy installation script, or it will fail. I have a fix for the python 3. If you feel confident; you can dig out the fix in the PKGBUILD commit history; i believe either b or a versions were using an outdated version of python and I had the fix for either one of the versions.
If not; I ask for patience until I get back home to make sure the spoofing works before i publish. The installer for matla-engine-for-python doesnt currently support python 3. Any clues where this is installed? Followed the Readme and installation finished without errors. From the supported compiler page, it seems that GCC 8. X is better supported and the supported gfortran version seems to be only 8. Running the check on the build machine also would require activating MATLAB on the build machine which introduces other problems.
That is why I did not include the check function originally when I created the package. I think having an additional script that tests the MATLAB installation on the target machine is probably the way to go. Of course this is extra work but it would resolve questions like the one by rellieberman.
If you install the created package on a machine that is different than the licensed one, you won't be able to run the package. There are absolutely no files distributed through the AUR; this is just an installation script. This is not meant to be portable due to how the EULA works; you are not supposed to port it anywhere. However; what you can do is you can run this package on some computer B; but prepare the outlying package to be installed on computer A.
As long as you keep your copies to yourself; you are fully within the EULA. Robustness wise; this is the recommended installation procedure from the MATLAB website regarding installing without an active internet connection so that I don't agree with; it's the proper way to do so. The check function is a good suggestion for things like compatible python version and whatnot, I'll see what I can come up with based on your suggestion.
Hardware tests would not be good practice; as there is no guarantee that the computer that will run the built package is the same as the one doing the packaging; not to mention the makepkg user usually does not have access to hardware interfaces. Not to mention not all hardware will support every feature can't run gpu array on one of my PC's, hardware acceleration and audio is disabled on my server, not everyone wants all the features, etc.
Maintenance wise; I have seen this package neglected over the past few years. While i'm working at the lab I'm in for another year and while I actively use Arch as my desktop distribution; I am planning on maintaining this package and won't share maintenance with someone else unless I can trust them. But I will most likely maintain it for another year, a year and a half at most, and then pass it on to someone with motivation to provide.
I think the package would benefit from a check function or an extra script that checks the installation. I would incrementally add dependencies until the package would pass those tests. I do not have a license for newer versions of MATLAB, so can no longer maintain the package or really help with the tests. I'll run it myself once it's OK for me to do so when i'm not actively using matlab and free time In the meantime; anyone wishing to skip libselinux installation can try removing from the dependency array for now.
Thanks for the quick response. I would just point out that the installer ran fine on my system without libselinux. Is there anything I could test to help make sure it works? I installed very few of matlabs components so maybe it's needed for some other component. You don't need to set it up. It is also listed as a dependency in the docker build images. I can double check if everything works fine without libselinux for b and remove it if it doesnt break less aur dependencies, the better ; but previously with a on arch; the installer would not run without libselinux which was confounding as there was no documentation on that dependence and installer.
Their official supported distro is Ubuntu; and I assume Ubuntu has libselinux by default. Even if the main binary does not need it; you need to run the installer yourself at least once; so i consider that as a dependency. Does anyone know why libselinux is a dependency? I have just installed this package without the selinux dependency and all seems to be working fine. Seem like quite an overhead to have to install selinux just to run matlab.
I replaced the name with mcc-matlab so it should not happen. If you can confirm it works fine that would be great. Matlab version: 9. This is for the latest matlab version b; not a; a does not work with with python 3. Sorry for the message spam; but brought the pkgbuild up to b. It works with all the features I tested with hardware acceleration, jupyter notebook using python engine, gui using bspwm. If anyone is using this PKGBUILD; please let me know if compilation works switched to native libraries Also; gcc6 is let go in favor of gcc9; which is in the community repos so you can drop the aur dependency.
As this is flagged out of date since half a year, I would kindly ask greyltc to add bbaserdem as a comaintainer as proposed below. Would it be possible to add the file type associations and icons to the script? In the installation directory of the Windows version there are 25 icons for different filetypes. If there is a way of auto-extracting these from the Linux installer that would be great. Even just. I tried matching the dependency list with all the packages in the dockerfile.
Most of the debian packages are in the arch repos; or at least AUR, but the versions referanced on the dockerfile are older than arch versions. A lot of these dependencies are probably not needed; but I don't want to test what works and what breaks one-by-one. Still I can install just fine. Do note that matlab installer does need libselinux to run; and is needed to generate the tar.
Echoing what japm48 said, Ra has a new installer which depends on libselinux to run. Also, I think Mathworks changed some other stuff because, unlike previous versions, once installed I didn't have to change Matlab's glib symlinks to point to system libraries to get the add-ons manager to work. For the record: I found the missing dependency by executing.
Error downloading sources: matlab. Apologies I don't get around to updating this too often. If you'd like to help maintain it, let me know and I can add you as a co-maintainer. The install instructions in the wiki look mostly okay though I haven't followed them to check that , but hopefully you should just be able to get by with reading my notes in the PKGBUILD its self.
Error: This folder name is invalid. The destination folder cannot be named "private". You need the complete iso. You can then use those files along with the contents of the. I'm having issues installing this. I got the fik and lic files and the latest zip from Mathworks, but when running makepkg -si it terminates with the following error:. Oct 31, Exiting with status -2 Oct 31, End - Unsuccessful. I am not, I am just creating a local tarball of matlab, so I can distribute it easily on my 4 archlinux installations.
But knowing the file structure for the tarball is a godsent. A typical matlab tarball look like this:. I was wondering if anyone had any issues installing Rb. I'm trying to create the tar file using the installer, but it looks like the toolboxes are installed somewhere i dont know. I used to install to a directory called faux, and cancelled the moment toolboxes finished, then merged the two directories.
Not working this time around, Im getting missisng file warnings on the installer. I tried looking for guides regarding creating the tar but nada. Can anyone help out? Verificato ncurses And gcc6 in AUR is gcc 6. For non-network installations, installation from a purchased DVD for example, nowhere will provide this matlab.
Now gcc6 is removed from the official repositories. It makes the current way, which is the solution 1, is acceptable now. So you can keep them. License files are really complicated. You can have per user license files and per machine license files. Activation is really stupid, as far as I could determine all it does is download the license file and copy it to the required directory 9it probably tell TMW lots of stuff also.
I don't quite understand your point, user just need to provide matlab. As for mex, should I remove the unused library files, and set mex opt? You didn't answer me directly. Why matlab. How could these users even get this file to run makepkg? About mex. But it is acceptable for matlab since it cannot be re-distributed.
It should be left to the user to decide and set via makepkg. Not all of use package and then install. In these cases, the carezy long compression time is worth it to reduce the download bandwidth. Really wish I had a license for a new version. Trying to get some of the older versions to work is a dependency hell. I would much rather figure out the new dependencies and be done with it.
It looks like Darcy Hu made a modification that fixed the issue. As for the mex compiler issues. I have been told by TMW that higher versions are not supported. That said, I could never find a test case that failed with a higher version. As for the dependencies, it is a real nightmare. I spent a lot of time starting with a clean chroot and only the base group installed and slowly added dependencies until I could get MATLAB to start.
Then I tested things like plotting, sound, the doc viewer, opengl, cuda, etc. You still need a license file from you administrator if you use network installation. For non-network installation, we could automate activate after installation.
For mex support with libs issue, you could use higher version of compilers, though it's not officially supported. I think it's clear enough, user need to prepare a tarball matlab. I don't see such problem. Because it will take a lot of time to compress the package and then you will extract it just after the compression. That would leave only a single aur dependency. There is a matlabb package seperately in aur. Either untar into a directory named matlab then tar -cvf matlab.
It behaves almost as same as your current one, except splitting the keys to a new package. Hi all, I create a repo in Github. I remove all dependencies, install all products available by default, and no desktop entry is provided. I gonna add a desktop entry to wiki. I'm not sure if other activating method would work.
So after installation, one still need to activate matlab. I just download it from school website our school buy licenses. Or one could always down the ISO in some other way. As long as one has the proper license, I think it's OK to do that.
Then they changed the installer so that you could only download the files from the installer. Getting the files into a place that makepkg can find them is a moving target. It seems that the matlab. It's a little weird. In fact, I think it MathWorks's mistake that matlab installer and some other scripts are without x permission.
It would also be nice if the PKGBUILD would check the exit code of the matlab installer for failure because if the matlab installer fails you won't know, it will only show:. For me it failed because I entered a wrong installation key. Report issues here. Arch Linux User Repository. Sort order Ascending Descending. Per page 50 Go Orphans. Package Details: matlab 9.
Required by 8 carnot diplib-git optional gurobi optional gurobi80 optional gurobi81 optional matlab-segymat optional python-matlabengine vivado optional. Pinned Comments. Hello, I just pushed an update to the a release. For more information on how it works and what has changed, read that comment. I rewrote most of the README, in order to cover some installation issues, like the correct unzip flags so that the installer doesn't complain of files being shorted than expected; the new libxcrypt-compat dependency and the FreeType shared object renaming.
I removed matlab. I added an install script, which covers basic installation needs i. The points listed by bbaserdem here still hold. Currently it also does the python integration so that jupyter can be used with it. This will only work with b version; and will not work with earlier or later versions. The EULA prevents redistribution of the software. This is essentially a script to integrate an existing matlab installer with your archlinux system; it does NOT come with any software from Mathworks.
Current users; please help me test and trim the dependencies list, and submit your personal fixes for issues if you have them so they can be added to the PKGBUILD. Cuda related contributions; if needed would be good as I don't have nvidia GPU's to test compatibility. Latest Comments. I had the same issue as TheHardew, his proposed fix in line fixed the installation for me.
Thanks for the update, partial install works now. Some are in depends and some should go into optdepends for example java-runtime and some should be removed libselinux BTW, I cannot open an issue in that github repo.
But I notice another thing that may help. My matlab version is different from yours. BTW, maybe you can setup a github repo for discussing this problem. Please, let me know what do you think. I hope those are the only two problems, but please let me know if that's not the case. When I executed this command, It always stop at Starting build Any suggestions? VictriD; what you have is amazing; i do want to add it to the script.
This script can: Determine and update the versions by the provided matlab installer package, and determine the needed dependencies' version. Marked GCC stuff as optional dependencies. These are only used by compiler related programs. Removed the license file, then the package can be distributed through network and multiusers on a machine.
As matlab is licensed per-user, this can be more practical as users will activate the matlab when they opened for the first time. Edit: This bug actually now occurs as soon as matlab has started I have discovered a bug using kernel Let me know if you need further details.
Do you mean try to install a lower version of llvm-libs or gcc-libs? Update System Inform Linux Satellite 5.
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