first and you will find out.
and what is a directory in linux which is corresponding to c:/tmp?
There is no "C" no "D" drives in Gnu/Linux. The temporary directory is simply: "/tmp" at the root directory. Although few "tmp" directories are also created by special applications, like /var/tmp and recently kde tries to use something "HOME/.local/share/apps/kde/tmp" well not worth knowing though, kde alone uses that. Probably matlab will also create one for its own use.
Hope that helps.