August 17, 2016 at 2:41 pm #301
I have both the MCR 2015b and MATLAB 2015b installed on my computer.
None of them are in “standard installation path”.
I do not have any additional libraries saved in my Matlab path.
How do you define from BrainSuite what is the base folder of Matlab?
NB: You should never be relying on “standard path”, this cannot be deployed properly.
On Windows systems, you can get the installation folders from the following registry keys:
Check the script brainstorm3/bin/R2015b/brainstorm3.bat for example on how to get these values from a shell script.