I used to use Antergos and since the project was discontinued, I am trying EndeavourOS and it has been working fine so far. However, I can’t install Matlab, neither 2019a nor 2018b versions. I am downloading the installer from mathworks (mainly because the license is from the university) and trying to install. At some random point the installer will quit with a message:
/tmp/mathworks_1700/bin/glnxa64/install_unix, linha 924: 1832 Morto “/tmp/mathworks_1700/sys/java/jre/glnxa64/jre/bin/java” -Xmx512m -splash:"/home/danielc/Downloads/matlab/java/splash.png" -cp /tmp/mathworks_1700/java/config/professionalinstaller/pathlist.jar com/mathworks/professionalinstaller/Launcher -root “/home/danielc/Downloads/matlab” -libdir “/tmp/mathworks_1700” 2> /dev/null
(linha is line and morto means dead)
Some information regarding specs and stuff:
- This is an old Dell Vostro, i5 and 6gb ram.
- It is dual booted with windows 10. Both systems work fine.
- Matlab installer downloads everything to temp, so I had to increase the tempfs. I used the following command:
sudo mount -o remount,size=10G,noatime /tmp
- After that, I am using sudo to run the installer
Has anyone been able to install matlab through their installer? I remember installing it on Antergos with almost no headaches.
I apologize if I posted on the wrong place or this has been already discussed somewhere, and I will gladly share more info if it is need
Thanks in advance!