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Error while Running "matlab -nojvm"

hi,
i can able to start matlab without any error. but, when i try to run matlab it is showing the following error.
[wlanm1@localhost wlanm1]$ matlab -nojvm

License Manager Error -8.
Invalid (inconsistent) license key
 The license-key and data for the feature do not match.
 This usually happens when a license file has been altered
Feature:       MATLAB
License path:  /MATLAB/etc/license.dat:/MATLAB/etc/*.lic
FLEXlm error:  -8,130
For further information, refer to the FLEXlm End User Manual,
available at "www.macrovision.com".

Make sure your license file is correct.
Check date and passcodes in MATLAB INCREMENT line of license file.

For more information, see The MathWorks Support page at
http://www.mathworks.com/support and search for
"license manager error -8"
Segmentation fault



Anyone please help me


Thanks
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yuk99

8/22/2022 - Mon
wesly_chen

The error message say the license key is wrong. Make sure your update the license key
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http://www.mathworks.com/support and search for
"license manager error -8"
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yuk99

I don't understand your first line (after hi). What's the difference between "start matlab" and "run matlab"?

Can you start matlab with a GUI using X Windows (just running matlab without arguments)?
Can you run it in command line but without -nojvm: matlab -nosplash -nodesktop

It's very unlikely that you have license error one way, but not another. Are you sure you use the same MATLAB version? The most possible reason is your license file is for another MATLAB version. Remember that license is version specific.
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