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Topic: LD_LIBRARY_PATH under linux
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Dan Shecjter

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LD_LIBRARY_PATH under linux
Posted: Jun 11, 2009 5:06 AM
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I'm trying to set my LD_LIBRARY_PATH from within matlab under linux so it can find my .so that one of my .mexa64 requires...

If I try this:
p = getenv('LD_LIBRARY_PATH');
p = [p ':' pwd]
setenv('LD_LIBARARY_PATH', p);

I get the same OLD, unchanged LD_LIBRARY_PATH if I do another:

I assume that matlab somehow detects me trying to change that and does not like that..

I there a normal way of achieving this from within matlab or do I have to do it externally from matlab.

Also, while on the subject...
How can I get this done in a matlab application?
I.e. if I pack the .so file inside the matlab app.. I probably need to somehow get the LD_LIBRARY_PATH or something else done to get it to work...

Any ideas?

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