I'm trying to use Python on Matlab, but the system crashes everytime I try to use a Numpy Package.
My only step was to switch the pyversion to match with anaconda executable version (I'm on Linux):
If a type something like:
Matlab crashes. In the Terminal, the following command appear:
malloc(): memory corruption
/usr/local/bin/matlab: line 3: 1874 Segmentation fault sudo /usr/local/Polyspace/R2019a/bin/matlab
Despite the lack of documentation on Matlab, I tried to find out what the hell was going on and I found out two interesting things:
2 - If I type
Python list with no properties.
['', '/home/rubem/anaconda3/lib/python37.zip', '/home/rubem/anaconda3/lib/python3.7', '/home/rubem/anaconda3/lib/python3.7/lib-dynload', '/home/rubem/anaconda3/lib/python3.7/site-packages']
That's weird because the second one isn't a path folder (python37 is a .zip-file that doesn't exist). Unfortunately, I don't know how I can change this.
3 - "isloaded" is equal to zero when the matlab initialize. I don't know neither how I set this logical variable nor what is this does (I swear for god I searched, but the documentation on Matlab is very poor yet).
How can I solve this problem?