How to compile a program on linux to run on a distant Linux machine?

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Stepan Subik
Stepan Subik on 21 Mar 2020
Commented: Idan goldman on 29 Apr 2021
I am pretty new to matlab, how do you compile my script, so I can just pass it to a distant Linux server to execute?
I have complied it as a Application via Matlab Compiler, but It had created some file (Main.prj) and a folder Main with folders for_redistribution, for_resistribution_files_only and for_testing. I just do not see any executable file in it that is working.
Can you help me?

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Aghamarsh Varanasi
Aghamarsh Varanasi on 26 Mar 2020
You can create standalone executables from MATLAB code using the Application Compiler App. This tool allows you to deploy standalone apps on any platform and execute them without installing MATLAB. Instead, you need the MATLAB Runtime to execute them.
As you mentioned that you compiled the script as an Application, you can find the executable in the for_redistribution’ folder. Make sure that you have MATLAB Runtime installed to run the executable file.
Please follow the steps in this MATLAB Help Center page to generate the executable from MATLAB script. You can also find the steps to install and run the executable in this page.
Idan goldman
Idan goldman on 29 Apr 2021
before you are running the installation you need to write this:
export DISPLAY=:0.0.
(see: the link)

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