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Old   January 13, 2017, 20:48
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Hello everyone,

I'm trying to launch some OpenFOAM cases with MATLAB's 'unix()' funciton,
Usually, I would type 'of300' in the terminal to configure OpenFOAM's environment variables, however, for some reason, the line:

unix('of300');

in my MATLAB script doesn't seem to do anything.
Can anyone tell me which is the proper way of configuring OpenFOAM's environment variables using the unix() function?
Thank you.
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