Problem when launching Matlab 2019

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De Handschutter Pierre
De Handschutter Pierre on 28 Dec 2022
Commented: Jan Studnicka on 28 Dec 2022
I have just downloaded Matlab toolbox and I think I did a mistake somewhere but don't know where. I have two versions of Matlab on my machine and I when I launch Matlab 19, the one I want to use, I get this two lines as a kind welcome:
> Unable to resolve the name slreq.utils.loadLinkSet.
> Error in rmiml.getAll
When I run the first section, which is merely
clear all; close all; clc;
I get this error
> Cannot find builtin function '_LiveEvaluate'
I really don't know what happened and how I could solve it. I have checked the environment variables and they seem okay... This is really stange (and annoying)
Thanks in advance for your help

Answers (1)

Jan Studnicka
Jan Studnicka on 28 Dec 2022
Edited: Jan Studnicka on 28 Dec 2022
Does this help?
>> rehash toolboxcache
>> restoredefaultpath
If so, there is probably an issue with your paths. Try to call
>> which pathdef -all
and check this doc page:
De Handschutter Pierre
De Handschutter Pierre on 28 Dec 2022
This is not working unfortunately. When I run the whole script (without doing by section), I have this error occuring
Attempt to execute SCRIPT mrdivide as a function:
C:\Program Files\MATLAB\R2019b\toolbox\matlab\ops\mrdivide.m
Error in Sandbox (line 25)
I really don't understand what happens

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