Matlab and Ubuntu fresh installations: buttons (log in, Add-Ons) do not work
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Ruslan Lagashkin on 9 Sep 2018
- "Get Add-Ons": does nothing
- "Manage Add-Ons": does nothing
- "Package Toolbox": successfully opens empty .prj window
- "Get Hardware Support Packages": does nothing
- "Check for updates": seems to work
"log in" button does not work.
Trying to start Simulink, Library Browser shows up, but the main window fails with the following error in the Matlab console:
Warning: MATLABWindow application failed to launch. Unable to launch the MATLABWindow application
> In sltemplate.ui.StartPage/showWithFallback
I was trying to follow this instruction, but run into an error:
bin/glnxa64/MATLABWindow: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libatk-1.0.so.0: undefined symbol: g_log_structured_standard
I am running a fresh installation of Linux Mint 19, which is built up on Ubuntu and should be the same in terms of packages installation and running.
Akshay Khadse on 14 Sep 2018
This error usually occurs when there are incompatible libraries.
As you mentioned, 'libatk-1.0.so.0' is causing this issue on your system. You can try setting aside MATLAB’s copy of the same library, located in 'matlabroot/cefclient/sys/os/glnxa64'.
Assumuing that you are using MATLAB R2017b, to set aside MATLAB’s copy of the 'libatk-1.0.so.0' library (for example), please navigate to MATLAB R2017b installation location in your system and remove the “libatk-1.0.so.0” library file shipped with MATLAB R2017b, so that MATLAB will use the system version of that library:
Note: Here 'matlabroot' is the location in your system where MATLAB R2017b is installed.
Following are the commands to execute in linux shell to perform the above mentioned operation: (You may need root privilege)
# cd /usr/local/MATLAB/R2017b (or wherever you may have installed MATLAB)
# cd cefclient/sys/os/glnxa64 (or whichever directory is indicated in original ML Answer)
# mkdir exclude
# mv libglib-2.0.so* exclude/ (or whichever library is indicated in original ML Answer)
You could refer to the original MATLAB Answer you referred to here for more information. However, please read the note at the start of the answer as you will need to move any related libraries too.