I meant in the ssh localhost test case that you showed. But still, even
in the remote case, the "X server" would be your local machine and the X
api calls from matlab would be routed to your local X server (wayland or
xorg) through the ssh connection.

So, just to clarify, matlab works on your localhost when ssh is not
used? I.e., just opening a terminal and running "matlab" followed by the
plot command?

And if you repeat the above but first do a "ssh -X localhost", i.e., the
DISPLAY variable is something other than just ":0", then it doesn't
work?

Both scenarios above stay the same regardless if you are using wayland
or xorg in Ubuntu Artful?

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  Running Matlab (R) from ssh session with X forwarding doesn't work
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