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What is the equivalent of Windows' COM technology in Linux systems?

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I'm using MATLAB on windows to programmatically control another application called CST. I do this via the actxserver command which uses COM technology. I'm trying to do the same thing on a Linux cluster but I failed (despite having both MATLAB and CST installed there). I just learned that COM is unique to Windows. Is there an alternative for that on Linux?
<p>I'm using MATLAB on windows to programmatically control another application called CST. I do this via the <code>actxserver</code> command which uses COM technology. I'm trying to do the same thing on a Linux cluster but I failed (despite having both MATLAB and CST installed there). I just learned that COM is unique to Windows. Is there an alternative for that on Linux?</p>
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