Mac OS lion, and Matlab 2010a

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tony
tony on 14 Oct 2011
Matlab 2010a (64 bit), does run on Lion OS, however there is a serious problem when trying to run a "TriscatteredInterp" command. Whenever Matlab reaches this command it causes a major crash that completely shuts down Matlab.
Troubleshooting my code shows that when my line containing "Fa=TriscatteredInterp(x,y,i)" is commented out the code runs, not giving the desired results of course due to this missing line, but Matlab does not shut down. I'm wondering if this could be an X11 issue? Since the crash so far seems to be very specific to this one command, I have no clue on how to fix it...........
If anyone knows a fix or a way to avoid using this TriScatteredInterp please let me know. I would be very grateful.
Thank You,
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Britt Rosendahl Hansen
Britt Rosendahl Hansen on 1 Dec 2011
I have the same problem. I recently upgraded to Lion and did not use TriscatteredInterp before, so I would not know if the problem was there before. Right now it is a bother as Matlab always crashes when it reaches the TriScatteredInterp line.

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Jake Bolanski
Jake Bolanski on 14 Oct 2011
Just tried it. Had no crash or anything what so ever. On Mac, I have found that overtime MatLab tends to crash for random reasons. Most of this is due to X11. I'd suggest simply re-installing.
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John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 15 Oct 2011
Interesting. I've not upgraded to Lion yet, but I do run MATLAB continuously, never shutting it down. It has not crashed in my memory at all, so at least several months.

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