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Now that I have v10 running on my Raspberry Pi, I'm interested in what "personal and educational use" means. As a Home user, I fully understand "personal"... but does "educational" mean that I'm free to donate a Raspberry Pi to my daughter's school and have Mathematica installed? Or is it restricted to a single person's educational use?

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closed as off-topic by m_goldberg, Michael E2, Szabolcs, Oleksandr R., R. M. Nov 23 '13 at 18:43

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are you saying Mathematica version 10 was released for the platform you are using? Strange that WRI would release version 10 for one platform but not the others? Do you happen to know when windows version will be out? thanks. – Nasser Nov 22 '13 at 20:46
@Nasser I assume that this is just a beta version. – Szabolcs Nov 22 '13 at 21:46
Excuse me a minute - er... Add to Basket... Proceed to Checkout... - you were saying? :-] Amazing, Wolfram has outdone himself, this time. This will cause an avalanche of progress. If only I had Mathematica when I was 12 or 14 years old... – Peltio Nov 23 '13 at 0:35
I think this is a question that only WRI can answer. It's much better to ask them directly. The people who answer here are just users, like you, and any answers you get might not be correct, might not stay correct a year from today; or people will be reluctant to answer for legal reasons. – Szabolcs Nov 23 '13 at 16:34
I agree with @Szabolcs. This is a good question, but unfortunately we are not in a position at this site to answer it authoritatively. Therefore, I vote to close with the recommendation that you raise this directly with WRI. If it's closed before you receive an answer from them, when you do get it, please do vote to re-open so that you can post it here. – Oleksandr R. Nov 23 '13 at 18:13