Linux: Difference between bin/glnax64 and sys/os/glnax64

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I am a software developer working on a project which requires me to check a linux system for a valid MATLAB installation. To do this, I am checking for instances of the required .so files, particularly libeng.so, libut.so, and libmx.so. I am wondering what the difference is between the two directories mentioned in the question, and if I need to check both for the .so files in question. Thanks.

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Josh G.
Josh G. on 16 Aug 2018
These directories include different libraries. If you look through them, you'll see that sys/os/glnxa64 has C,C++, and Fortran libraries (and a few others as well). bin/glnxa64 has quite a few libraries that seem to be specific to Matlab.
The libraries you mentioned are in the bin/glnxa64 directory.

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