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Remote Kernel configuration works in v9 but not in v10

I have both v9 and v10 currently installed on my computer (Windows 7). For reasons that are not entirely clear, if I create a new remote kernel in one version, it is accessible to the other; however, ...
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Ideas for introduction to Mathematica on Raspberry Pi [closed]

I'm looking for ideas for demonstrating the capabilities of Mathematica to people who haven't used it (this will be on R-Pi but needn't be anything specific to that). I don't mean anything ...
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Mathematica + RasPi + Parallela = Kaboom?

Is it possible to use the Parallela computing platform to enhance Mathematica computing on a Raspberry Pi? It's not at all clear to me how to interface the two boards (here it says it's done via ...
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Symbolic geometry not working?

I have Mathematica 10 on the Raspberry Pi. (wolfram-engine version 10.0.0+2013112003) According to the "What's New in Mathematica 10" page ...
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Configuring remote access when using a VPN

To address some of the responsiveness issues, I use the Mathematica front end (v9 or v10) to access a remote kernel on a Raspberry Pi. The (advanced) kernel configuration used is this: Arguments to ...
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How to get Python bindings to work on the Raspberry Pi

There are several examples on this site on how to call Mathematica from Python. You can: install the bindings that come with Mathematica; or call a script as a subprocess from within Python; or ...
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Plotting on the Raspberry Pi

I just now powered on my new Raspberry Pi for the first time and tried the supplied Mathematica (Wolfram Language). One thing I tried was Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}] ...
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Missing functions in the Raspberry Pi V10 release

There are a few Mathematica users beside myself that are running it on a Raspberry Pi, and we found out it does not always perform the same as the Desktop version [1][2]. During the testing of the ...
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Operations perform differently in notebook and terminal interfaces

The following command executed on a Raspberry Pi equipped with a RaspiCam behaves differently depending on whether the command is run from the terminal (via ...
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Optimizing the front end on the Raspberry Pi

Using Mathematica's Front End on the Raspberry Pi is truly a test of one's patience. The most basic of notebooks become unresponsive after seemingly trivial additions to the notebook. Consider the ...
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“No file exists for resource PasteTemplateString”

I am running Mathematica on a Raspberry Pi and the above error message comes up virtually every time I press ctrl + shift + K to view the suggested functions and ...
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InstallJava::fail error when importing an image with a Raspberry Pi

I'm trying to import an image in Mathematica on my Raspberry Pi. The code is simple but I get an error when importing: ...
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DateList does not output the correct time, but Date does

I noticed a strange thing when trying the new astronomical data functions in Mathematica 10 on my Raspberry Pi. The Sunrise and ...
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Connecting to Raspberry Pi's Wolfram Language kernel from a PC's Mathematica front end

Recently I bought a Raspberry Pi and I installed the Wolfram Language on it. Comparing WL 10.0's commands with Mathematica 9.0.1.0's commands, I found 328 additional commands and variables. I ...
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How to run mathematica scripts without initializing the kernel every time

I have written a Mathematica script that is to be run periodically on a Raspberry Pi. The code takes about 3 seconds to execute if I test it in a CLI Mathematica session. However, when I execute the ...
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Benchmarking Mathematica performance on the Raspberry Pi

It is not surprising that Mathematica on the Raspberry Pi is slow and clunky. In Stephen Wolfram's words, the command line is "quite zippy" but the notebook interface is "a trifle sluggish by modern ...
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Output from Wolfram language in Python

I have a Python program which will run a script in the Wolfram language and then return to the main program. Is it possible to return values/variables to the main program? This is the code in Python ...
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Wolfram language from batch or py

I would like to automate the commands in this website into a batch file, so when the batch file it runs these commands in sequence. http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/157461 Do any of you have ...
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Raspberry Pi GPIO operations with Mathematica

I started exploring GPIO operations on the RPi with Mathematica by following this brief tutorial which describes how to use DeviceWrite to cycle an LED on and off. ...
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Running CUDA or OpenCL using Mathematica on Raspberry Pi

I am wondering if someone can use CUDA and (or) OpenCL on a Raspberry Pi as in any normal PC equipped with a GPU. The main processor runs at 700 MHz and maybe will be slow for some imaging ...
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Is Mathematica v10 on the Raspberry Pi licensed for classroom use? [closed]

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 ...
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Will Mathematica install and run on Raspberry Pi computer?

My club is considering buying a Raspberry Pi computer for tinkering. Can Mathematica be installed on and ran from it?