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comment Mathematica crashes X in Ubuntu
Because you're probably using a composite desktop environment (Gnome 3 or Unity)... disable composite and those wont work. Look into switching to a non-composite desktop. I recommend XFCE4. I'm in Gnome 2 w/o composite ("desktop effects") so it works here.
Nov
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answered Mathematica crashes X in Ubuntu
Nov
27
comment Will Mathematica install and run on Raspberry Pi computer?
Wolfram also included a Remote Developemt Kit which allows: "Seamless development on the Raspberry Pi from any desktop version of Mathematica, including Home and Student Editions." wolfram.com/raspberry-pi/RemoteDevelopmentKitInstaller.cdf $50 Mathematica-powered remote "sensors" sounds like fun!
Nov
27
comment Will Mathematica install and run on Raspberry Pi computer?
@tchronis I formatted the link wrong... here it is again: reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/Benchmarking/ref/…
Nov
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Nov
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answered Will Mathematica install and run on Raspberry Pi computer?
Nov
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Nov
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comment Is Mathematica v10 on the Raspberry Pi licensed for classroom use?
The program installs into /opt/Wolfram/WolframEngine/10.0/ so I'm calling it v10. The front end says Version Number 10.0.0.0
Nov
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asked Is Mathematica v10 on the Raspberry Pi licensed for classroom use?
Nov
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comment Why cant Mathematica 9 interpret this unit?
@m_goldberg. Looks like your method might be the easiest to implement. I'm going to cross my fingers and hope that it holds up. Thanks.
Nov
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accepted Why cant Mathematica 9 interpret this unit?
Oct
31
comment Why cant Mathematica 9 interpret this unit?
@Ymareth: yes that worked. I guess I'll resort to doing it that way... but it seems like it should work "cleaner" than that. Perhaps I'll make a palette of buttons with commonly used units so I don't have to type Quantity[""] each and every time.
Oct
31
asked Why cant Mathematica 9 interpret this unit?
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