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    Hi guys has anyone here ever installed Matlab on linux, I have a copy here that I would like to install but I don't know what to do.

    I want to put it on to Mint12
    The Matlab I have is an ISO file.
    I am able to mount the file, I don't know how to install any software on linux is the point because all google tell you how to install linux itself, and I have that.

    I know I have to use terminal, that is not a problem and I can follow instruction. I just need to the bash command that would install this, and most likely how to choose a path to use the command with.

    I am expecting it to be something like:
    sudo install ~/path to the mounted ISO/path to file
    Thing is, I can't work out how to find the mounted ISO file in terminal. Where would it be?

    Any Pointers would be great.



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    Linux Guru Jonathan183's Avatar
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    check if the version you have will support the version of Linux you wish to run it on here ...

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    Once you know if your version is supported, check this page for how to install software.

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