Matlab 5.3.1 for Windows NT
Setting up a client PC
It is not necessary to remove the existing setup for any earler version of Matlab. More than one version can appear, for example, in your 'Programs' menu. The setup for version 5.3.1 is similar to that for the previous version, 5.3:
The basic idea for running the application is to invoke Matlab from the CAE netdrive NT environment under AFS. For those who do not yet have the AFS client software for NT, refer to installing AFS Typically your local 'S' drive is used to mount the SLAC AFS area as a netdrive. It corresponds to UNIX directory /afs/slac
Once you have the AFS client software, which houses all the electronic CAE applications, you can proceed to the Matlab installation. Matlab will be then be accessible in your Start/Programs menu.
The only things that need to be set up on your client PC to run Matlab are to create a Program Menu entry, and to make sure that your LM_LICENSE_FILE includes '1780@caesun1'. If an earlier version of Matlab has already been set up on your PC, then the environment setting for version 5.3.1 is already there.
To copy the Programs folder entry, go to:
The Matlab 5.3.1 setup location on the AFS netdrive (S:):
C:\Winnt\Profiles\All Users\Start Menu\Programs
And, if not already done, the last task to perform is to include a reference to the remote license file:
This completes the client PC installation process.
Last updated: Feb. 16, 2000