Compiled Instructions (Linux)

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(COMPILED version for LINUX)

  1. Download and unpack the file compiled_linux.tar. You will find inside 3 files: “main”, “” and “readme.txt”.
  2. Check with which Matlab version Sarproz was compiled (you will find it in the “readme.txt”). Download the corresponding MCR from this link.
  3. Follow the instructions in the readme.txt for installing the MCR and for setting the environment variables
  4. Place the files in a suitable folder (e.g. make a folder like: /usr/local/SARPROZ) and execute “main” (or “” as described in “readme.txt”)
  5. Follow the instruction given by the tool: at the first execution, personal data and email address will be asked for. Fill the form, a license file will be created and automatically sent through the internet. Should the automatic sending fail, send the license file manually to licensing <at> sarproz <dot> com and wait for the authorization. (ex of location of license file: /usr/local/SARPROZ/license.key)
  6. NOTE: the license is machine-depending, but not its name (“license.key” for all machines). If you are installing the tool on multiple machines, add a counter to your name to identify the machine on which the license file was created. It will appear in the email you will receive.

    NOTE: the license file is sent to the email address you filled in the form. Please add licensing <at> sarproz <dot> com among your contacts. Email providers as gmail may place it in the spam folder.

    NOTE: the tool needs an internet connection for license purposes.

    NOTE: you may need to be a sudoer. In such case, the software will ask you to input the sudo password.

  7. After receiving the authorized license file, replace the old one with the new one. Now you can run the tool.

NOTE: keep always the command prompt visible to read the tool messages.

NOTE: in case of errors, you can send the lasterror.mat and the log file to the Developer to receive support. Warnings are not errors.

NOTE: By checking “Help mode” in the main window, you can browse the tool and see some explanations for different functions.