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How to run Matlab on WSL (Ubuntu 16.04)?

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Deep on 4 Dec 2018
Edited: Lucademicus on 19 Dec 2019
I want to run Matlab on Ubuntu 16.04 on Windows 10. Follwoing the steps mentioned on the thread: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/308911-can-i-install-matlab-in-bash-on-ubuntu-on-windows.
However, when I run the following commands,
sudo execstack -c glnxa64/libmwblas.so
sudo execstack -c glnxa64/libmwlapack.so
sudo execstack -s glnxa64/MATLAB
I get an error:
execstack: cannot open "glnxa64/libmwblas.so": No such file or directory
execstack: cannot open "glnxa64/libmwlapack.so": No such file or directory
execstack: cannot open "glnxa64/MATLAB": No such file or directory
I tried to locate glnxa64 folder under Matlab directory and it is missing as well.
Any leads to the solution will be much appreciated!
Thank you.

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Lucademicus
Lucademicus on 19 Dec 2019
Edited: Lucademicus on 19 Dec 2019
The folder you're referring to is within the bin folder. Probably the full path is: /usr/local/MATLAB/Rversionnumber/bin, in which you substitute Rversionnumber for your version, for example R2019b
btw: I'm not succesful in running R2019b myself. Previous versions were not a problem

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