Mex -setup does not show gcc 4.7.3 compiler with Matlab 2013b + (ubuntu) Linux 64 bit

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Wouter on 27 Nov 2013
Commented: Wouter on 28 Nov 2013
When I run 'mex -setup' I get:
>> mex -setup
Options files control which compiler to use, the compiler and link command
options, and the runtime libraries to link against.
Using the 'mexsh -setup' command selects an options file that is
placed in /home/wouter/.matlab/R2013b and used by default for 'mexsh'. An options
file in the current working directory or specified on the command line
overrides the default options file in /home/wouter/.matlab/R2013b.
To override the default options file, use the 'mexsh -f' command
(see 'mexsh -help' for more information).
The options files available for mexsh are:
1: /usr/local/MATLAB/R2013b/bin/ :
Template Options file for building MEX-files
0: Exit with no changes
Enter the number of the compiler (0-1):
Where is my gcc compiler? When I look in /usr/bin/ the binary/executable/link of gcc is clearly there which as far as I read on the web should be located there.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 27 Nov 2013
Which gcc is it? gcc 4.7.x is what is supported in R2013b
Wouter on 28 Nov 2013
You are totally correct. The problem was within a toolbox that I downloaded. When installing the toolbox it was saying that 'mex -setup' was not configured correctly. Thats why I thought something was a miss.

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