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Old 3rd December 2006, 09:44 PM
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Unable to install Matlab in fedora core 6

Hi All!
I have been trying to install Matlab in FC6 and its been frustrating me for a long time
when I just go thro the installation process as given in the manual it gives me the following error

/tmp/4885tmwinstall/update/bin/glnx86/xsetup: error while loading shared libraries: libXp.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
/tmp/4885tmwinstall/update/install/main.sh: /media/MathWorks_2006b1/install: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied
/tmp/4885tmwinstall/update/install/main.sh: line 325: /media/MathWorks_2006b1/install: Success

Can anyone help me with this? I havent got much experience with Linux itself so it will be nice if ppl can explain very clearly since I am totally new to this!!

Thanks a lot in Advance!!!!

regards,
Pradeep
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Old 4th December 2006, 04:59 AM
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First you should install libXp.
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