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For the 32bit student edition

x86

Just install (might require a few extra packages, but then can be install via pacman.


x86_64<h3> Need to install many lib32 packages form pacman as well as some from AUR. General As one install matlab it might complain that there isn't a package, for the most part just look at the package name and then install it with pacman, or in the case of x86_64 there are some libraries only in AUR. Nvidia Acceleration Once matlab is installed type >> opengl info Version = 2.1.2 NVIDIA 177.82 Vendor = NVIDIA Corporation Renderer = Quadro NVS 140M/PCI/SSE2 MaxTextureSize = 8192 Visual = 0x21 (TrueColor, depth 16, RGB mask 0xf800 0x07e0 0x001f) Software = false
  1. of Extensions = 144
Driver Bug Workarounds: OpenGLBitmapZbufferBug = 0 OpenGLWobbleTesselatorBug = 0 OpenGLLineSmoothingBug = 0 OpenGLClippedImageBug = 1 OpenGLEraseModeBug = 0 That is what it should look like. If you have a graphics card but it is using Software = true then you have a problem. With the nvidia card all I needed to do to get it working was copy the libGLU.so from the matlab installed library /usr/local/matlab/sys/opengl/lib/glnx86/libGLU.so to /usr/lib directory. NOTE in x86_64 this might be a different directory.