Install MatLab on a computer with a 64-bit operating system, ARM-based processor

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Marco Costamagna
Marco Costamagna on 9 Jun 2022
Commented: Rik on 9 Jun 2022
I have a computer with a 64-bit operating system, ARM-based processor. When I try to install each version of MatLab it reports errors and the installation crashes.
What can I do to be able to install the Software with an Arm processor? Are there any new versions that I can use?
Thank you for your answers in advance.

Answers (2)

Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 9 Jun 2022
That machine does not satisfy the system requirements.
Depending on your license and what you're trying to do, MATLAB Online may be an option.

Rik
Rik on 9 Jun 2022
If your hardware happens to a Raspberry Pi: I know there are things you can do with Simulink to deploy code to a Pi. I have never tried.
If it is indeed a Raspberry Pi: you could consider GNU Octave. All the usual caveat apply. It is also extremely slow and the graphics are tricky to get to work properly.
I second the advice from Steven to try Matlab Online. Other than that, given the current tractory there might be an ARM64 version of Matlab in 5-10 years. If you need it sooner, try translation layers like box86.
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Rik
Rik on 9 Jun 2022
(I should really make a separate post outlining the usual caveats of GNU Octave vs Matlab)

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