|Installing and Using MATLAB on Mac OS X|
Removing (Uninstalling) a MATLAB Installation
To remove a MATLAB installation, you need to remove
Depending on where these components are located, you may need Administrator privileges to remove them.
Locate the folder that contains MATLAB and its related products. If you followed the installation process, the folder is named
matlab6p5. Drag the
matlab6p5 folder to the Trash and then choose Empty Trash from the Finder menu.
Use the Mac's Sherlock application to locate the OroborOSX application. To remove OroborOSX from your system, drag the OroborOSX icon to the Trash and then choose Empty Trash from the Finder menu.
To delete XDarwin (XFree86) from your system, you must have Administrator privileges. Remove the following directories and their contents:
To remove the three directories at one time, you can use the command
sudo you must be an Administrator. The
sudo command will prompt you for your password before executing the
rm (remove) command.
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