While I have other options, I was wondering if my PPC version of Matlab
7.x can be made to run, under Rosetta, on my new Mac Book Pro.
If this turns out to be a losing strategy (even if at all feasible) I
certainly want to know the cons as well as the pros (if any).
Please inform, with the proviso that I am the most computer ignorant
person it is possible to be, while still calling oneself a technical
professional. Put otherwise -- an analog guy in a digital world.
Even though I work for a large corporation, my help options are limited
in house, as we are in fact a Windows/Linux shop.
Try to get hold of a matlab installation disk. It contains both ppc and
intel executables (in directories "mac" and "maci"), and the
installation process will install the right architecture on your
machine. If you cannot find the installation disk, but you can find the
guy who bought the license, he will be able to download (for free) a
disk image from mathworks.com. He can even download a 64bit version,
which will be useful if you have more than 2GB of memory.
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