Use the license management utility, lmtools.exe,included in your MATLAB installation in the matlabroot\\etc\\win32 or win64 folders.Launch the lmtools.exe application and select the Start/Stop/Reread tab.
To start the license managerdaemons on a Linux or Macintosh system, execute the lmstart script (locatedin the matlabroot/etc folder),where matlabroot represents the name ofyour top-level MATLAB installation folder. The lmstart scriptstops any currently running daemons and starts new ones.
Toconfigure the license manager to start automatically at boot timeon Linux systems, edit the system boot script on the computer on whichyou installed the license manager. The MathWorks provides a file,named matlabroot/etc/flexnet.boot.linux,containing the set of Bourne shell commands required to start thelicense manager. The following sections describe how to insert theseBourne shell code fragments for all supported platforms:
This section describes several utilities provided by FlexNet licensingthat you can use to manage the license manager. For detailed informationabout these utilities, see the License Administration Guide,included in PDF format in your MATLAB installation (matlabroot\\etc\\LicenseAdministration.pdf).
Start LMTOOLS bydouble-clicking the lmtools.exe file in the matlabroot\\etc\\$ARCH folder,where matlabroot is your MATLAB installationfolder and $ARCH is a platform-specific subfolder,such as win32.
On Windows systems, FlexNet packages all the utilitiesin a single, command-line executable called lmutil.exe.This program is available in the matlabroot\\etc\\$ARCH folder,where matlabroot is your MATLAB installationfolder and $ARCH is a platform-specific subfolder,such as win32. For example, to run a status checkof the license manager, open a DOS command window and run lmutil specifying lmstat asan argument:
On Linux and Macintosh systems, these license management utilitiesare individual executables, available in the matlabroot/etc folder.For example, to view the status of the license manager, use the lmstat utility,as follows:
I barely managed to get MATLAB installed but I think it's installed correctly. However, when I cd to the bin directory and run ./matlab, the MATLAB logo comes up but then it instantly closes again and I get the error message:
In Part 1 of this series, I provided an introduction to the new Toolstrip in MATLAB R2012b. I described the basic organization of the Toolstrip, the concepts of global and contextual tabs, and other ways that the Toolstrip adjusts to your current working context. Today, we'll talk about new ways to customize the R2012b Desktop.
MATLAB has historically provided a number of ways to manage the configuration of your Desktop. You can move windows around, resize them, even undock windows from the main Desktop. You can still do all of those things in R2012b and they pretty much work the same way. The only change in R2012b is that the window controls (maximize, minimize, undock, etc.) have been moved from the window's title bar to a drop down menu in the upper right hand corner of each window. The figure below shows the difference between R2012a and R2012b.
In Part 1, we described how to minimize and restore the Toolstrip. Minimizing the Toolstrip can be very useful when you need to maximize vertical space. But minimizing the Toolstrip is only the tip of the iceberg. There are several new ways in R2012b to customize your Desktop which we'll cover in the following sections.
If you look carefully at the picture above of the Current Folder in R2012b, you'll notice something else that's different. In R2012b, the toolbar in the Current Folder is not there. Don't worry, it hasn't disappeared, it's just in a different place. In R2012b, it's default location is below the Toolstrip. We moved it because in previous versions it could only be as wide as the Current Folder. By putting it under the Toolstrip, it's now as wide as your Desktop. This is very useful if you want to add additional buttons to your Current Folder Toolbar or if your current path happens to be long. Here's what it looks like in R2012b with some extra buttons that I use for easy access to MATLAB reports.
By now, you've probably noticed the light blue toolbar in the top right hand corner of the R2012b Desktop. That's called the Quick Access Toolbar. It's there to provide single click access to the Toolstrip functionality you use most often.
When you open MATLAB R2012b for the first time you'll notice that the Quick Access Toolbar is pre-populated with controls that are used throughout the Desktop including cut/copy/paste and undo/redo. These are useful things, of course, but there's more. Any control from the Toolstrip tabs can be placed in the Quick Access Toolbar so Toolstrip functionality is available to you anytime.
So now let's talk about shortcuts. Shortcuts are small bits of MATLAB code that can be assigned to an icon in the MATLAB Desktop for single-click access. Shortcuts have been in MATLAB for a while. You can still create and use shortcuts in R2012b. They work the same -- they're just managed a bit differently.
Any shortcuts you had in your previous version of MATLAB will be available when you use R2012b. If you have a lot of shortcuts, you can use \"Organize Shortcuts\" on the Shortcuts tab. Clicking on \"Organize Shortcuts\" will display the Shortcuts Organizer dialog where you can create new categories and arrange your shortcuts. The categories you create will appear as sections on the Shortcuts tab. Here is an example.
We've added a lot of new customization features in the R2012b MATLAB Desktop. Have you tried out the Quick Access Toolbar or the new Shortcuts tab? How do you like to organize your Desktop? I'd love to hear your thoughts here.
A complete copy of the MATLAB software must be obtained before it can be installed. The MATLAB software is available to licenses holders on both a DVD and through the The MathWorks website. In addition to the software a file installation key is required for installation. It is possible to install MATLAB either with the matlabAUR package or from the MATLAB installation software directly. The advantage of the matlabAUR package is that it manages dependencies and some of the nuances of the installation process while installing directly from the MATLAB installation software can be done by regular users to their home directories.
The matlabAUR package is designed to allow MATLAB to be integrated into and managed by Arch. Note however, that the package does not contain the installation files, and you are expected to place them in the cloned package folder yourself. It can be problematic to build the package using AUR helpers, so you are expected to do so manually. You can obtain the actual MATLAB software using the installer from the MathWorks website.
Matlab might complain that it cannot find a package. Look at the package name and install it with Pacman, or in the case of x86_64 there are some libraries only in AUR. matlabAUR and matlab-dummyAUR packages contain a list of up-to-date dependencies for the newest Matlab version.
Make sure the correct support package add-ons are installed (webcam or OS Generic Video Interface for example). If running matlab as a user, make sure your user has write permissions to wherever the support packages are being downloaded and installed.
MATLAB should automatically unpack those jars into matlab_root/sys/jxbrowser-chromium/glnxa64/chromium when first opening Help Browser.Remove matlab_root/sys/jxbrowser-chromium/glnxa64/chromium directory to make sure MATLAB uses the latest jxbrowser.
If calls from MATLAB or Simulink to mex (e.g. rapid accelerator) fail with the error *.mexa64 is not a MEX file, even though the resulting file is usable, it may help to edit in either matlab/bin/ or /.matlab7rc.sh by changing the LDPATH_PREFIX variable from its empty default: 
In some cases on recent Arch systems matlab is unable to export .mlsettings files, preventing toolbox and some matlab settings from being saved to disk and persisted. These cases come from matlab trying to hard link new files from /tmp directly to the preferences directory (usually /.matlab/release where release is the matlab version, e.g. R2021b). As a workaround, run matlab with the $TMPDIR environment variable set to a folder on the same file system as the preferences directory. 
MATLAB can be run within a systemd-nspawn container to maintain a static system and avoid the library issues that often plague matlab installs after significant updates to libraries in Arch. Refer to Systemd-nspawn for detailed information on setting up such containers.
Kemudian Klik \"Finish\".Software MATLAB telah TerpasangCek apakah shortcut MATLAB sudah ada di \"All Programs Windows\" komputer anda. Jika belum, maka anda sebaiknya membuat shortcut secara manual dengan alamat tujuan shortcut \"C:\\Program Files\\MATLAB\\MATLAB Production Server\\R2015a\\bin\\matlab.exe\" ke desktop.
Buka software MATLAB dan siapkan file lisensi dengan ekstensi \".dat\" biasanya bernama \"lic_standalone.dat\" atau \"license.dat\", yang disediakan oleh tempat Anda mendapat MATLAB.
Kemudian siapkan file lisensi dengan ekstensi \".dat\" biasanya bernama \"lic_standalone.dat\", \"license_standalone.lic\" atau \"license.dat\" sesuai penyedia software MATLAB. Kemudian lakukan aktivasi mengikuti bagian B langkah ke-9.
selamat pagi,kemarin saya install matlab 2016a dan sukses , tp saat mau mengaktifkan program untuk memasukkan lisece standalone.dat..matlab memberikan respon li