SymptomsParallels Desktop cannot be started, if MATLAB is installed on the computer.
CauseAfter MATLAB installation system environment variable DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH points to MATLAB folder, so Mac OS X forces Parallels Desktop (and some other applications) to use libraries from MATLAB directory, that does not fit.
ResolutionYou need to manually remove the following strings from ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist file:
You need to open environment.plist file from Terminal application. Start Terminal from /Appplications/Utilities/ and type:
$ cd .MacOSX/
press Return. Then type:
$ open environment.plist
and press Return. The file environment.plist will open in TextEdit.
Please note that you can open environment.plist using Property List Editor, if Developer Tools are installed on your Mac.