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arumugam57
10-17-2003, 02:14 PM
Sweetie..
are you running matlab? You might be running it in linux right?.

Ok. see I am running MATLAB in windows back ground.

I want to run that application when I am working in linux (RHL 9.0 ).

Is there any intermediate programs (Some effective windows emulators) for this in linux?

Cheers.

sweetie
10-18-2003, 04:28 AM
for this means for what ???

If U want Matlab to use in Linux, U can install Matlab in Linux... or if U want to use it in a windows OS, but while working on Linux, then get urself VMware or FreeBSD ... They are virtual machines, where u can have Windows and run Matlab on it, while the base OS is Linux.... or Vice Versa is also possible.. as in having a Base Windows OS, with a Virtual machine like VMware or FreeBSD and run Linux on it...

sweetie
10-18-2003, 04:35 AM
Or Try using WINE ..... Its a WIndows Compatibility layer for use in Linux.... and Matlab is supposed to run on it, even if u have it installed in Windows OS ....

http://www.winehq.org/

for Matlab on wine, check this....

http://appdb.winehq.com/appview.php?appId=49&versionId=29

But I personally feel that if U wanna use Matlab on Linux, U better get a Linux version of Matlab... I know its expensive... but It wud be worth it if U r gonna be using Matlab for high end operations...

And you also have things like Octave / Koctave for Linux.... but I dun think U can perform Symbolic Operations on Octave...

dinesh
10-21-2003, 11:20 AM
isn't there a different version of MatLab for Unix machines....I use MatLab for my lab sessions in Solaris workstations.....

arumugam57
10-21-2003, 11:47 AM
I haven't seen newer versions then 5.3 for unix till now.

But I have seen windows versions upto 6.5 and 7 is going to be released.

sweetie
10-22-2003, 02:56 AM
Latest Matlab for Linux available is 6.5.1

And this version seems to support a wide range of platforms...