When asking for help in online forums, everyone benefits if you make your post easy to read for all forum users. This gives you a better chance of reaching someone who knows the solution, and can benefit the next user who encounters the same problem. Ideally the error message should be posted as text along with the English translation. This allows other users to find your post in a search or translate the error message to another language.
The critical information is the error message (shown in red) from matlab, but many of us can’t read the message without translation. You can directly paste matlab output as text, or post your own translation of the error message.
No need to apologize – there is an art to making effective use of online forums. SNAP is a very large and complex system with a small group of developers, so documentation is often lacking and the forum is an important source of information.
Thank you for translating.
Looks like the StaMPS configuration file does not point to the folder containing all scripts or this file was not sourced correctly. Can you please check if this is the case?
Hello, this is the script I want to call. I have just stepped into this field, so many things are not understood. If not clearly expressed, please forgive me. I do not know how to find the script in this website. Therefore, I have found a paper written by the blogger himself elsewhere to call the exported data. When I use mt _ prep _ snap alone, he will also prompt that no command is found. I have also looked at some articles in this forum, but it seems that I did not find what I wanted.
Your screen capture has" version ‘CXX_1.3.9’ not found (required by ???". You would do better to past the Matlab messgaes as text so we can read the entire message. You should contact Matlab for help with Matlab errors: Ther you will find: Matlab Answers: libstdc-so-6 CXXABI_1.3.9 not found
This issue might be due to an incompatibility between the libstdc++ shipped with MATLAB and the libstdc++ shipped with the system that the other application was linked against.