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install matlab on fedora

hi friends iam new in this forum
i try to install matlab linux version on my fedora 19, but i can't complete fine,
it show that matlab need more packages, but iam sure that i have the complete version.

the seam version of matlab turn well on fedora 18 .

any help.

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Old 6th February 2014, 12:09 AM
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Re: install matlab on fedora

You'll have to give us some specifics:

1). Where did you download it from and what package did you download?
2). What dependencies are missing?
3). How did you attempt to install it?

I notice that Matlab is a paid product. I assume you've got a license.
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