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Topic: Matlab path problem
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Milos Milenkovic

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Re: Matlab path problem
Posted: Mar 21, 2013 10:08 AM
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"Milos Milenkovic" <m.milenkovic@mathworks.com> wrote in message <kietgi$8s5$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> Warning: Name is nonexistent or not a directory: C:\Users\Milos\My Documents\MATLAB\ssm_matlab.
> Warning: Function C:\Users\Milos\My Documents\MATLAB\Intlab_V6\utility\format.m has the same name as a MATLAB builtin. We suggest you rename the function to avoid a potential name conflict.
> ========================================================================
> ========================================================================
> *** Please specify in "startup.m" in the line ***
> *** cd 'c:\intlab' ***
> *** the directory where INTLAB is installed. ***
> *** Press Enter to continue, and edit "startup.m". ***
> *** !!! INTLAB is NOT yet working properly !!! ***
>
> Dear all,
> I added ssm_matlab folder and tried to define path to it. After I have done this the problem appeared. Now, I want to restore the old path to the folder "Intlab" but I can't do this in Matlab, it gives me the upper message without possibility to set another path. I tried to delete pathdef, but this was not good idea, so I put it again in ...local, intlab worked properly via startup.m.
> Please help!
> Best,
> M


In the midtime I changed the path in pathdef.m, and now I am in serious problem!



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