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I presume it (the one burned in Windows) was burned on another drive/system? If so, it is possible that one or the other are out of spec, creating discs that ...
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- 05-05-2009 #11
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- Apr 2009
- I can be found either 40 miles west of Chicago, or in a galaxy far, far away.
I presume it (the one burned in Windows) was burned on another drive/system? If so, it is possible that one or the other are out of spec, creating discs that are hard to read in other devices. Also, the commercial DVD that you are having trouble with - when you install it, does the system recognize that a disc is in the drive and pop up a menu of options on your desktop? If so, can you open it and see the directories (VIDEO_TS, etc)? If so, then the problem there may be simply dirt or scratches on the disc. In any case, it is possible that your Linux drive either has a dirty lens, or is out of alignment. You can also try a cd/dvd cleaning disc to see if that helps.Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!
- 06-27-2010 #12
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- Jun 2010
I had a similar problem and I solved it using the steps here (it refers to MATLAB 2010 but it's the same for any MATLAB version you have):
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MATLAB/R2009b#MATLAB%20R2009b%20Installation%20Instructio ns"]https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MATLAB/R2009b#MATLAB%20R2009b%20Installation%20Instructio ns
(I can't directly hyperlink in my post on these forums until I make 15 posts... ridiculous)
Basically my problem was that I was trying to run
sudo sh ./install_unix.sh
sudo sh /media/cdrom0/install_unix.sh
But you don't need to worry about any of that just follow the instructions in the Ubuntu support community link on this matter.