Obtaining Macos library file?

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Alasdair McAndrew
Alasdair McAndrew 2019 年 8 月 2 日
編集済み: Harshendra Shah 2020 年 4 月 7 日
When plotting, I get error messages (see my previous post about Bundle#83), and I believe that the culprit is the MacOS library file libmwmathcgeo.dylib, whch seems to be missing something. According to the error message, the file should be at least 10445024 bytes, but it is only 10445022 bytes. What I want to know is - how do I find and download the correct version of that file? I have no idea if it has changed between matlab versions, or if I can copy a version from an older (but working Matlab) into its place.

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Harshendra Shah
Harshendra Shah 2020 年 4 月 7 日
編集済み: Harshendra Shah 2020 年 4 月 7 日
You can try following steps:
1. The problem might have to do with the installation of MATLAB R2019a on to your machine. You can try a clean uninstall of MATLAB R2019a and then re-installing it again. Before uninstalling MATLAB, please deactivate the installation. Instructions on how to both deactivate and uninstall MATLAB on a macOS are described in this link. After following those steps, please also delete anything that references MathWorks or MATLAB from the following folders:
  • ~/Library/Application Support
  • ~/Library/Caches
  • ~/Library/Containers
  • ~/Library/Cookies
  • ~/Library/LaunchAgents
  • ~/Library/LaunchDaemons
  • ~Library/Logs
  • ~/Library/Preferences
  • ~/Library/PreferencePanel
You can find these folders by navigating to Finder -> Go -> Go to Folder.
Then search "~/Library".
2. Once all of this is completed, please then try re-installing MATLAB R2019a.

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