The best way to install it on Mac or (Unix) is by using a terminal. 1. Open your terminal in mac. 2. go to the folder where you unzipped the install file. (By cd /<place where you extracted>) 3. Just to make sure, type: sudo chmod +x ROSIOPackage-R2014a_v0.1.6.2_mac64-Install
Noting that the name of the file will very based on the version and OS.
4. Now just do : sudo ./ROSIOPackage-R2014a_v0.1.6.2_glnxa64-Install Again, the name of the file being the one you extracted. Just do TAB to autocomplete
Possible issues: If you get the possible issue of not finding the right directory, or not being able to change it from the mac installation window, then run the following command:
Make a temporary directory in the same folder: 1. mkdir tmpMat 2. sudo ./ROSIOPackage<the remaining file name> --mode console --temp ./tmpMat --prefix matlab install dir
For instance, on my unix, I can run the command
sudo ./ROSIOPackage-R2014a_v0.1.6.2_glnxa64-Install --mode console --temp ./tmpMat --prefix /usr/local/MATLAB/R2014b/
Then just follow the instructions in the terminal. Basically enter 'y' once and enter again and maybe once more and you are done.
To know your install dir, just open your matlab program, and type matlab root on the console, the outcome is your matlab install dir.
Hope that helps.