This time I’ll show you how I (silently) deployed Matlab 2014a with custom Toolboxes. There are a lot of customizations taking place for this to be fully working, but luckily I found a good starting point. Thanks a lot to the author for the guide, couldn’t have done this without it. Steps: • Copied the Matlab installation files to the SSCM server with directory name “Matlab R2014a”.
Oct 30, 2015 - First, mount the.iso file of the image with right-click, Open with and select Disk image mounter (if required). Open a terminal. Follow the instructions of the installer and install in /usr/local/MATLAB/R2014a; To add an entry to the launcher and some other features, install the matlab-support package.
• Edited files for silent installation (in the root of “Matlab R2014a”). Benton Modern Font on this page. First off was “installer_input.txt”. I made the following changes: installer_input.txt • fileInstallationKey=xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx • agreeToLicense=yes • outputFile=c: temp matlabinstall.log (for logs on the client) • mode=silent • automatedModeTimeout=5000 • licensePath= license_2014.lic (We’re using a network license. A license server is already running in the domain.
License_2014.lic includes information with the license server IP and the available toolboxes for this license. This file was previously downloaded directly from Mathworks). • lmgrFiles=false • lmgrService=false • setFileAssoc=true • desktopShortcut=true • startMenuShortcut=true • Then you have to specify which toolboxes you are going to install. Just uncomment the ones for your license. Example: • product.MATLAB_Coder • product.Embedded_Coder • That’s it for the installer_input.txt. Moving over to “activate.ini”: activate.ini • isSilent=true • activateCommand=activateOffline • licenseFile=C: Program Files MATLAB R2014a license_2014a.lic • activationKey=xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx • installLicenseFileDir=C: Program Files MATLAB R2014a • installLicenseFileName=license_2014a.lic That’s it. These two were Matlabs own files.
The following files are custom batch files for installation and uninstallation in SCCM. They are also located/created in the root of the Matlab source files. Install.bat (I’ve modified/simplified the batch file from the guide above, as it was a bit too complicated and wouldn’t work). @ECHO OFF TASKKILL /F /IM iexplore.exe >NUL 2>&1 TASKKILL /F /IM winword.exe >NUL 2>&1 TASKKILL /F /IM outlook.exe >NUL 2>&1 TASKKILL /F /IM excel.exe >NUL 2>&1 TASKKILL /F /IM MSACCESS.exe >NUL 2>&1 TASKKILL /F /IM NOTEPAD.exe >NUL 2>&1 TASKKILL /F /IM POWERPNT.exe >NUL 2>&1 if not exist “C: temp” md “C: temp” if%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%==x86 ( ECHO Installing Matlab R2014a 32-bit ECHO Do not close this window. It will close when the install is finished.:: Wait for 10 seconds ping -n 20 127.0.0.1 >NUL REM Main Install “%~dp0setup.exe” -inputFile “%~dp0installer_input.txt” -activationPropertiesFile “%~dp0activate. Ali Unal Kuran Meali Pdf. ini” ) else ( ECHO Installing Matlab R2014a 64-bit ECHO Do not close this window. It will close when the install is finished.