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Thread Subject:
How to configure Matlab to look for glibc in a non-standard location in Linux?

Subject: How to configure Matlab to look for glibc in a non-standard location in Linux?

From: Misael

Date: 13 Nov, 2010 20:24:03

Message: 1 of 1

Hi,

I have currently installed Matlab R2010a in Linux and I get the following warning regarding glibc:


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Warning: glibc 2.4 - Unsupported version
         glibc 2.7 - MATLAB built using this version
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-> Your configuration APPEARS to be too OLD to run this MATLAB program!
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   For system requirements consult http://www.mathworks.com ...
 
***************************************************************************

Thus, I installed glibc-2.7 in a non-standard directory (otherwise
it might make my system unusable). The installation location is:

/usr/local/glibc-2.7

Then I set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to point to that location but,
I still get the same warning when launching Matlab.

What is the correct approach to instruct Matlab on the location of
the library?

Thanks,

Misael

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