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    Default matlab installation through wine

    Dear all, I installed wine in order to install matlab, which i have for windows installation (.exe). Everything went smoothly until 94% of the installation when there was a problem 'import_dll Library MFC42.DLL'. Looking on the web, i found and typed this: winetricks mfc42
    So, i started again the installation and this time it went past the point it stopped before, but gave the following error when it finished:

    Unhandled Exception:
    System.NotImplementedException: The requested feature is not implemented.
    at (wrapper native-to-managed) <Module>.installAssemblyIntoGAC (char*) <0x00073>

    [ERROR] FATAL UNHANDLED EXCEPTION: System.NotImplementedException: The requested feature is not implemented.
    at (wrapper native-to-managed) <Module>.installAssemblyIntoGAC (char*) <0x00073>


    Any help??

    Thank you

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    Default Re: matlab installation through wine

    Check with the wine site and see if there are special instruction

    Possibly
    Run in a Windows guest VM
    There is a Linux version that is available.

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    Default Re: matlab installation through wine

    On 2013-09-26, vpappasmet <vpappasmet@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:
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    > Dear all, I installed wine in order to install matlab,


    Please specify which version number of MATLAB. The post-6 versions are very licence-conscious and I suspect will be
    particularly sensitive to the OS environment (for compiling etc...).

    A better solution would be to obtain the Linux version.

    The best solution would be to switch to Python+IPython+Numpy+Scipy+Matplotlib .

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    Default Re: matlab installation through wine

    Are you aware that Octave is a opensource port of Matlab
    and it is in the base repo
    Code:
    su -
    zypper in octave  qtoctave
    qtoctave is a gui

    or

    install the Linuix build of Matlab
    PS
    running *.m files ( unless you use the GPU ) is very slow
    and using wine to run matlab will slow down the running of it to ONE CPU -- single threaded slow .
    if you have a i5 quad core you will only be using one core in wine

    octave can use CUDA



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