Как установить maple 13

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Maple 13 Installation and Licensing Guide

Select the appropriate installation from the table below. The single user installation instructions install a single user license file and do not require running a license server. If you are using a network license file, you will need to install using a network installation. This type of installation requires a license server to serve out the concurrent licenses.

Installation Using Single User Licensing

Installation Using Network Licensing

After installing Maple, review the following information:

  • How to Start Maple
  • How to Customize Maple
  • OpenWatcom (Windows 32-bit Only)

For a complete list of system requirements, see Appendix: System Requirements.

For installation and start up issues, see Troubleshooting .

Windows Single User Installation

For Windows� 2000, 2003, XP, Windows Vista�, and Windows� 7 single user installation, read this section. For 64-bit Windows, see Windows (64-bit) Single User Installation.

During the installation, you will need your purchase code (sent to you in an email or available on the Maple 13 Installation, Activation, and Technical Support card found in the Maple 13 box).

To install Maple 13 on your Windows operating system, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Install Maple

    Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.

64-bit Windows Single User Installation

Note: If you are using Maple in a 64-bit Microsoft� Windows environment, you must install and set up a Microsoft� Visual C++ compiler to use the Maple compiler. For instructions on setting up a Microsoft Visual C++ compiler to use with Maple, click here.

During the installation, you will need your purchase code (sent to you in an email or available on the Maple 13 Installation, Activation, and Technical Support card found in the Maple 13 box).

To install Maple 13 on your Windows� operating system, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Install Maple

    Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.

Macintosh Single User Installation

For Macintosh� PowerPC and Intel, 32- and 64-bit, single user installation instructions, read this section.

During the installation, you will need your purchase code (sent to you in an email or available on the Maple 13 Installation, Activation, and Technical Support card found in the Maple 13 box).

To install Maple 13 on your Macintosh operating system, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Install Maple

    Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.

32-bit Linux Single User Installation

During the installation, you will need your purchase code (sent to you in an email or available on the Maple 13 Installation, Activation, and Technical Support card found in the Maple 13 box).

To install Maple 13 on your 32-bit Linux� operating system, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

  1. Check the 32-bit Linux System Requirements.
  2. Ensure you have appropriate read and write privileges.

Install Maple

  1. Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.
  2. Run installMapleLinux located on the Maple 13 DVD or run Maple13Linux32Installer.bin from where you downloaded the file. To run the installer in console mode, use the -i console option.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  4. When prompted to select an install directory, select a directory with write access. If you are creating a new directory, ensure that you have write access to the parent directory. By default, Maple 13 will install to $HOME/maple13, where $HOME is your home directory. For example, /home/jsmith/maple13.
  5. In the Choose The Type of Licensing screen, select Single User License .
  6. When prompted, enter the purchase code and enter the required information to complete activation.
  7. If you activated successfully, you are ready to use Maple 13. If you had problems activating or chose not to activate during the installation, see Activating Single User Versions .

Shortcuts for Desktop and Applications menus

During installation, a maple13.desktop file is created in Maple’s bin directory. If you request the installer to have a shortcut placed on your desktop, this file is also created in the

/Desktop directory. If you wish to have a shortcut placed in your Applications menu, the maple13.desktop file can be copied to /usr/share/applications (which may require root access) or

64-bit Linux Single User Installation

During the installation, you will need your purchase code (sent to you in an email or available on the Maple 13 Installation, Activation, and Technical Support card found in the Maple 13 box).

To install Maple 13 on your 64-bit Linux operating system, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

  1. Check the 64-bit Linux System Requirements.
  2. Ensure you have appropriate read and write privileges.

Install Maple

  1. Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.
  2. Run installMapleLinux located on the Maple 13 DVD or run Maple13LinuxX86_64Installer.bin from where you downloaded the file. To run the installer in console mode, use the -i console option.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  4. When prompted to select an install directory, select a directory with write access. If you are creating a new directory, ensure that you have write access to the parent directory. By default, Maple 13 will install to $HOME/maple13, where $HOME is your home directory. For example, /home/jsmith/maple13.
  5. In the Choose The Type of Licensing screen, select Single User License.
  6. When prompted, enter the purchase code and enter the required information to complete activation.
  7. If you activated successfully, you are ready to use Maple 13. If you had problems activating or chose not to activate during the installation, see Activating Single User Versions .

Shortcuts for Desktop and Applications menus

During installation, a maple13.desktop file is created in Maple’s bin directory. If you request the installer to have a shortcut placed on your desktop, this file is also created in the

/Desktop directory. If you wish to have a shortcut placed in your Applications menu, the maple13.desktop file can be copied to /usr/share/applications (which may require root access) or

Activating Single User Versions

  1. Activation requires an Internet connection. If your computer does not have an Internet connection, please contact your distributor or Maplesoft customer service.
  2. Start Standard Worksheet Maple 13.
  3. When prompted to activate, click Activate.
  4. You will be prompted to enter your purchase code. If you are activating behind a proxy server, make sure to enter this information before clicking Next.
  5. You will be prompted to enter additional information. Click Next when this is complete.

Windows Installation Using a Network License

For Windows� 2000, 2003, XP, Windows Vista�, and Windows� 7 installation using a network license, read this section. For 64-bit Windows, see Windows (64-bit) Installation Using a Network License.

To install Maple 13 on your Windows operating system using a network license, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Maple 13 is now installed. Prior to using Maple 13, you need to configure the license manager.

64-bit Windows Installation Using a Network License

Note: If you are using Maple in a 64-bit Microsoft� Windows environment, you must install and set up a Microsoft� Visual C++ compiler to use the Maple compiler. For instructions on setting up a Microsoft Visual C++ compiler to use with Maple, click here.

To install Maple 13 on your Windows operating system using a network license, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Maple 13 is now installed. Prior to using Maple 13, you need to configure the license manager.

Macintosh Installation Using a Network License

To install Maple 13 on your Macintosh operating system, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Maple 13 is now installed. Prior to using Maple 13, you need to configure the license manager.

32-bit Linux Installation Using a Network License

To install Maple 13 on your 32-bit Linux operating systems, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Install Maple 13 to the Client Machines

    Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.

Shortcuts for Desktop and Applications menus

During installation, a maple13.desktop file is created in Maple’s bin directory. If you request the installer to have a shortcut placed on your desktop, this file is also created in the

/Desktop directory. If you wish to have a shortcut placed in your Applications menu, the maple13.desktop file can be copied to /usr/share/applications (which may require root access) or

Maple 13 is now installed. Prior to using Maple 13, you need to configure the license manager.

64-bit Linux Installation Using a Network License

To install Maple 13 on your 64-bit Linux operating systems, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Install Maple 13 to the Client Machines

    Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.

Shortcuts for Desktop and Applications menus

During installation, a maple13.desktop file is created in Maple’s bin directory. If you request the installer to have a shortcut placed on your desktop, this file is also created in the

/Desktop directory. If you wish to have a shortcut placed in your Applications menu, the maple13.desktop file can be copied to /usr/share/applications (which may require root access) or

Maple 13 is now installed. Prior to using Maple 13, you need to configure the license manager.

Sun Solaris Installation Using a Network License

To install Maple 13 on your Solaris operating systems, read and complete the following tasks.

Pre-installation Instructions

Install Maple 13 to the Client Machines

    Ensure that you have reviewed the Pre-installation Instructions.

Maple 13 is now installed. Prior to using Maple 13, you need to configure the license manager.

Windows Silent Installation

On Windows, it is possible to install using a silent mode option. For Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7,or 64-bit Windows follow these instructions. You must ensure that the information in the resource file is accurate.

Pre-installation Instructions

You can create a resource file automatically by running the installer with the command Maple13WindowsInstaller.exe -r . Follow the on-screen instructions and complete the installation. By default, the installer.properties file will be created in the directory where the installer was launched from. To specify a path to write the installer.properties file to, use the command Maple13WindowsInstaller.exe -r <PATH> , where <PATH> is the path to your specified directory.

An installer.properties file created automatically, would look like the following sample:

#Choose Install Folder
#———————
USER_INSTALL_DIR=C:\\Program Files\\Maple 13

#Install Desktop Shortcuts
#————————-
DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS=\"Yes\",\"\"
DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS_1=Yes
DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS_2=
DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS_BOOLEAN_1=1
DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS_BOOLEAN_2=0

#Choose Watcom Install Folder
#—————————-
WATCOM_INSTALL_FOLDER=C:\\watcom-1.3

#Choose the Type of Licensing
#—————————-
LICENSE=\"Single User License\",\"\"
LICENSE_1=Single User License
LICENSE_2=
LICENSE_BOOLEAN_1=1
LICENSE_BOOLEAN_2=0

#Maplesoft Activation
#———————
RUN_ACTIVATION=\"Activate now\",\"\"
RUN_ACTIVATION_1=Activate now
RUN_ACTIVATION_2=
RUN_ACTIVATION_BOOLEAN_1=1
RUN_ACTIVATION_BOOLEAN_2=0

Note: The following needs to be manually added to the file:

INSTALLER_UI=SILENT
WKS_ASSOC_RESULT=Yes
USER_PURCHASE_CODE=
USER_PROXY_YES=1
USER_PROXY_SERVER=
USER_PROXY_PORT=
USER_PROXY_NAME=
USER_PROXY_PASSWORD=
USER_REQUESTED_RESTART=No

You can now use this as your resource for future installs.

    The OpenWatcom C compiler is used for the Maple compiler feature, which allows you to compile some types of user-written Maple routines to speed up the performance of your code. To install the OpenWatcom C compiler, add these lines to the resource file:

Note: WATCOM_INSTALL_FOLDER must not contain spaces. If the directory name is invalid, Watcom installation will be skipped.

USER_PROXY_SERVER=your proxy server’s name
USER_PROXY_PORT=your proxy server’s port number

If your proxy server requires a username and password, specify them with:

USER_PROXY_NAME=your user name
USER_PROXY_PASSWORD=your password

If no username and password are required, you do not need to set these.

Note: You are not provided with any feedback when you run the installer in this mode.

Windows Network Licensing

Before starting the Windows Network version of Maple 13, you must obtain your license file and start the license manager by completing the following tasks.

Maple 13 requires a Maple 13 license file to operate. License files for earlier versions of Maple do not work with Maple 13. To obtain your license file, you must use the Maple activation program or activate off-line by following the instructions at http://www.maplesoft.com/support/Faqs/Activation. Ensure that you can connect to the Internet as activation requires an Internet connection and follow the steps below. If your computer does not have an Internet connection, please contact Maplesoft customer service.

1. Install FLEXlm and Activation Utilities

  1. Double-click NetworkToolsInstaller_Windows.exe from the DVD or from where you downloaded the file.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions.

2. Activate a Network License

  1. From the Start menu, select Programs>Maple Network Tools>Activate Maple.

Note: If you are using Windows Vista, right-click Activate Maple and select Run as administrator.

3i. Start the License Manager for Maple 13 Only

The \FLEXlm\windows directory, installed in the c:\Program Files\Maple Network Tools directory, contains license manager daemons ( lmgrd and maplelmg ) required to run Maple, as well as utilities to assist you in installing and configuring FLEXlm for your system.

Start the License Manager Daemons

If you intend to use a Novell� server, see Novell Networks.

To set up and start the license manager daemons on a Windows Network Server:

    1. From the Start menu, select Programs >Maple Network Tools ->LMTools.
    2. Under the Service/License File tab, click Configuration using Services.
    3. Click the Config Services tab.
    4. In the Config Services property sheet, enter or browse to the following files:

    You can now use Maple 13.

    3ii. Start the License Manager for Maple 13 and Previous Releases of Maple

    To run previous releases of Maple as well as Maple 13, you must place all Maple license files in the same directory. If you have other FLEXlm license files stored in one central location, you can store the Maple license files there as well. Note : These steps do not apply to releases prior to Maple 6.

    Complete the following tasks:

    • Task 1: Stop the License Manager
    • Task 2: Move all Maple License Files to a Common Directory
    • Task 3: Start the License Manager Daemons

    Task 1: Stop the License Manager

    Task 2: Move all Maple License Files to a Common Directory

    Using Windows Explorer, move all of the license files to a common directory, for example, C:\Program Files\Maple Network Tools\activate.

    Task 3: Start the License Manager Daemons

      1. From the Start menu, select Programs >Maple Network Tools>LMTools.
      2. Under the Service/License File tab, click Configuration using Services.
      3. Click the Config Services tab.
      4. In the Config Services property sheet, enter or browse for the following:

      You can now use Maple 13 and any previous release(s) of Maple.

      Novell Networks

      FLEXlm does not run on Novell or IPX/SPX. Follow these instructions to install the license manager on any network that is exclusively a Novell environment.

      1. Install TCP/IP on all client machines.
      2. Select a Windows computer that has TCP/IP installed to act as a license server and run the license daemons using the Start License Manager for Maple 13 Only instructions.

      Mac OS X Network Licensing

      Before starting the Mac OS� X Network version of Maple 13, you must obtain your license file and start the license manager by completing the following tasks.

      Maple 13 requires a Maple 13 license file to operate. License files for earlier versions of Maple do not work with Maple 13. To obtain your license file, you must use the Maple activation program or activate off-line by following the instructions at http://www.maplesoft.com/support/Faqs/Activation. Ensure that you can connect to the Internet as activation requires an Internet connection and follow the steps below. If your computer does not have an Internet connection, please contact Customer Service.

      1. Install FLEXlm and the Activation Utilities

      2. Activate a Network License

      1. From the Finder , open a terminal window from Applications -> Utilities.
      2. Change to the location of the activation utility directory. By default, /Users/username/Applications/Maple_Network_Tools/activate.
      3. Run the activation script by issuing the command ./activation . To launch activation in console mode, use the -console option.
      4. You will be prompted to enter your purchase code, hostname, and hostid of your license server. If you are activating behind a proxy server, make sure to enter this information before clicking Next.
      5. You will be prompted to enter additional information including the number of licenses you are activating. Click Next when this is complete.
      6. A license file, Maple13.lic , will be saved to the /Users/username /Applications/ Maple_Network_Tools /activate directory. You will need this license file for the next step.

      3i. Start the License Manager for Maple 13 Only

      Start the License Manager Daemons

      1. Navigate to the location of the FLEXlm utilities for your operating system. By default, /Users/username/Applications/Maple_Network_Tools/FLEXlm.
      2. Start the license manager daemons.
      3. To start the license manager daemon ( lmgrd ), enter the following command at the prompt:

      ./lmgrd -c license_file_path -l debug_log &

      where license_file_path is the full path and filename of the network license file (by default, /Users/username /Applications/ Maple_Network_Tools /activate/Maple13.lic), and debug_log is the name of a file to which debugging information is written. The -l option (letter l , not the number 1 (one)) creates the file.

      Help for Starting the License Server

      If you have any problems starting the license server in the system boot up files, refer to http://www.macrovision.com.

      You can now use Maple 13.

      3ii. Start the License Manager for Maple 13 and Previous Releases of Maple

      To run previous releases of Maple as well as Maple 13, place all Maple license files in the same directory. If you have other FLEXlm license files stored in one central location, you can store the Maple license files there as well. Note: This does not apply to releases prior to Maple 6.

      Complete the following tasks:

      Task 1: Stop the License Manager

      Go to the location of the FLEXlm utilities that are currently being used. For Maple 13, the default location is /Applications/Maple 13/FLEXlm. Enter the command:

      ./lmdown

      Task 2: Move all Maple License Files to a Common Directory

      Copy all the Maple network license files to /Users/username /Applications/ Maple_Network_Tools /activate.

      Task 3: Start the License Manager Daemons

        1. Navigate to the location of the FLEXlm utilities for your operating system. By default, /Users/username /Applications/ Maple_Network_Tools /FLEXlm.
        2. When starting license manager daemons, you must enter the path to the directory containing all license files. By default, /Users/username /Applications/ Maple_Network_Tools /activate.
        1. To start the license manager, enter the following command:

        You can now use both Maple 13 and any previous release(s) of Maple.

        UNIX Network Licensing

        Before starting the UNIX Network version of Maple 13, you must obtain your license file and start the license manager by completing the following tasks.

        Maple 13 requires a Maple 13 license file to operate. License files for earlier versions of Maple do not work with Maple 13. To obtain your license file, you must use the Maple activation program or activate off-line by following the instructions at http://www.maplesoft.com/support/Faqs/Activation. Ensure that you can connect to the Internet as activation requires an Internet connection and follow the steps below. If your computer does not have an Internet connection, please contact Customer Service.

        1. Install FLEXlm and the Activation Utilities

        1. On Linux 32-bit, run the NetworkToolsInstaller_Linux.bin file from the DVD or from where you downloaded the file.
          On Linux 64-bit, run the NetworkToolsInstaller_LinuxX86_64.bin file from the DVD or from where you downloaded the file.
          On Solaris, run the NetworkToolsInstaller_Sun.bin file from the DVD or from where you downloaded the file.
        2. Follow the on-screen instructions.

        2. Activate a Network License

        1. Change to the location of the activation utility directory. By default, /home/username/Maple_Network_Tools/activate.
        2. Run the activation command. To launch activation in console mode, use the -console option.
        3. You will be prompted to enter your purchase code, hostname, and hostid of your license server. If you are activating behind a proxy server, make sure to enter this information before clicking Next.
        4. You will be prompted to enter additional information including the number of licenses you are activating. Click Next when this is completed.
        5. A license file, Maple13.lic , will be saved to the /home/username/Maple_Network_Tools /activate directory. You will need this license file for the next step.

        3i. Start the License Manager for Maple 13 Only

        Start the License Manager Daemons

        1. Navigate to the location of the FLEXlm utilities for your operating system. By default, /home/username/Maple_Network_Tools /FLEXlm/
        2. Start the license manager daemons.

        nohup lmgrd -c license_file_path -l debug_log 2>&1 &

        Run Daemons on Startup

        To have the daemons run on startup, edit the appropriate boot script (such as /etc/rc.boot , /etc/rc.local , or /etc/rc2.d/Sxxxx ). For example, if you run lmgrd as a boot startup script, you can run it as a regular user by using the following su command at the prompt:

        su username -c ‘umask 022; lmgrd_path -c license_file_path -l log_path’

        where username is a non-privileged user; lmgrd_path is the correct path to the lmgrd file, license_file_path is the network license file, and log_path is the debug log file. It is recommended that the network license file be called Maple13.lic .

        Help for Starting the License Server

        If you have any problems starting the license server in the UNIX system boot up files, refer to http://www.macrovision.com.

        You can now use Maple 13.

        3ii. Start the License Manager for Maple 13 and Previous Releases of Maple

        To run previous releases of Maple as well as Maple 13, place all Maple license files in the same directory. If you have other FLEXlm license files stored in one central location, you can store the Maple license files there as well. Note : This does not apply to releases prior to Maple 6.

        Complete the following tasks:

        • Task 1: Stop the License Manager
        • Task 2: Move all Maple License Files to a Common Directory
        • Task 3: Start the License Manager Daemons

        Task 1: Stop the License Manager

        Go to the location of the FLEXlm utilities that are currently being used. For Maple 13, the default location is /usr/local/maple13/FLEXlm/UNIX/$PLATFORM where $PLATFORM corresponds to the operating system running the license manager. Enter the command:

        ./lmdown

        Task 2: Move all Maple License Files to a Common Directory

        Copy all of the Maple network license files to one folder, for example, /home/username/Maple_Network_Tools/activate

        Task 3: Start the License Manager Daemons

          1. Navigate to the location of the FLEXlm utilities for your operating system. By default, /home/username/Maple_Network_Tools /FLEXlm/.
          2. When starting license manager daemons, you must enter the path to the directory containing all of your license files. By default, /home/username/Maple_Network_Tools/activate.

          Note : Point to the directory only, not an actual license file.

          ./lmgrd -c license_file_path -l debug_log

          where license_file_path is the full path to the directory containing the license files and debug_log is the name of a file to which debugging information is written. The -l option (letter l , not the number 1 (one)) creates the file.

          You can now use both Maple 13 and any previous release(s) of Maple.

          How to Start Maple

          Maple 13 provides users with two worksheet interfaces (graphical user interfaces) and a command-line (text-based) interface. By default, worksheets open in the enhanced and more modern Standard Worksheet. The Classic Worksheet, available on Windows and some UNIX platforms, has the traditional Maple worksheet look and uses less memory. In Windows, you can change the Maple worksheet file association using the Worksheet File Association Selector application. From the Start menu, select Programs>Maple 13>Tools>Worksheet File Association Selector.

          Standard Worksheet Maple

          You can start Standard Worksheet Maple in either Document mode or Worksheet mode .

          Document mode allows you to start solving problems right away, without needing syntax or Maple commands. You can freely combine text and math to produce presentation-quality mathematical documents.

          Worksheet mode is most familiar to users of previous versions of Maple. Enter commands on an input prompt to get results. You can still format your worksheets into presentation-quality documents using all of the new features of Maple 13.

          To start Standard Worksheet Maple 13 in Windows,

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          • Double-click the Maple 13 shortcut icon from the desktop, if available, or select the Maple 13 program from the Start menu. (If you installed Maple in the default location, from the Start menu, select Programs>Maple 13>Maple 13.)

          To start Standard Worksheet Maple 13 on a Macintosh,

          Double-click the Maple 13 icon in the Applications folder.

          Sun Solaris and Linux

          To start Standard Worksheet Maple 13 on UNIX or Linux,

          • Modify your command search path to contain your Maple 13 directory (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin) and execute xmaple or execute the full path (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin/xmaple).

          Classic Worksheet Maple

          Classic Worksheet Maple is not available on the Mac OS X platform, 64-bit Windows or 64-bit Linux.

          To start Classic Worksheet Maple 13 in Windows:

          • Select the Classic Worksheet Maple 13 program from the Start menu. (If you installed Maple in the default location, from the Start menu, select Programs>Maple 13>Classic Worksheet Maple 13.)

          Sun Solaris and Linux

          The Classic Worksheet is available on 32-bit Linux and Sun Solaris. A command-line flag is required to start the Classic Worksheet on UNIX versions.

          Modify your command search path to contain your Maple 13 directory (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin) and execute maple -cw or execute the full path (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin/maple -cw).

          Command-line Maple

          The Command-line version of Maple has a text-based user interface. While allowing complete access to the mathematical engine, the Command-line version of Maple requires less system resources. For more information, refer to the Command-line Maple section of the readme.txt file located in your Maple 13 folder.

          Excel Add-in

          On Windows, Maple 13 has an add-in to Microsoft Excel 2007, 2003, 2000, and Excel XP. For more information, refer to the ?Excel help page in the Maple Help system.

          Maple Calculator

          On Windows, Maple 13 has a convenient graphing calculator interface.

          To start the Maple Calculator,

          • Double-click the Maple Calculator shortcut icon from the desktop, if available, or select the Maple Calculator program from the Start menu. (If you installed Maple in the default location, from the Start menu, select Programs>Maple 13>Maple Calculator.)

          You can access electronic versions of the Getting Started Guide and User Manual from the Help menu in the Standard Worksheet interface. Start Maple 13 and select Help>Manuals, Dictionary, and more>Manuals.

          How to Customize Maple

          You can configure Maple to operate in a way that best suits your environment.

          How to Change the Working Directory

          In the Windows version of Maple, you can change the working directory by creating a shortcut to Maple 13 and assigning it a different directory.

          To change the working directory, follow these instructions:

          1. Create a new shortcut for Maple.
          2. Right-click the shortcut icon and select Properties.
          3. Change the location of Maple in the Start in field. The directory listed in the Start in field is the working directory when you start Maple using the shortcut key.

          At start up, Maple searches the current working directory for a custom initialization file. It stops searching when it finds the file. For more information, see How to Execute Commands Automatically.

          How to Execute Commands Automatically

          You can configure Maple to automatically execute a series of commands on start up. This approach is especially useful for setting global variables such as Digits and Order . To do this, create a Maple initialization file. For more information, refer to ?worksheet/reference/initialization in the Maple Help System.

          How to Change Launch Options for Standard Interface on Windows

          The Standard Worksheet interface reads the ini file bin.win/launch.ini , if present. The directives recognized are as follows. (To include a comment, specify a pound character (#) as the first character in the line. Ensure that you do not enter any space characters before the pound character.)

          # set maximum Java heap size
          maxheap=700m

          # additional args to pass to Java
          java_args=-Dfoo -Dbar

          # additional args to pass to Maple
          maple_args=-q

          # popup dialog showing the startup command (for debugging)
          showcmd=true

          # enable the Java access bridge (accessibility)
          jaccess=true

          # disable directX
          java2d_nodraw=true

          # set default language
          language=Fr

          # set default browser
          browser="c:/Netscape"

          Note: Optimal values are used in the launcher.

          How to Enable the MATLAB Link

          MATLAB� is an interactive programming language for general scientific and technical computation. If you have MATLAB R2008a or later installed, you can enable a link between MATLAB and Maple for Windows, Macintosh, and most UNIX or Linux platforms. For more information, refer to ?Matlab/setup in the Maple Help System.

          OpenWatcom (Windows 32-bit only)

          For the 32-bit Windows version, Maple 13 includes the OpenWatcom C compiler. This compiler is used for the Maple compiler feature, which allows you to compile some types of user-written Maple routines to speed up the performance of your code.

          To use this feature, you must install the OpenWatcom C compiler when you install Maple 13. The OpenWatcom compiler requires that it be installed in a location whose name contains no spaces (the default is C:\watcom-1.3). During installation, you will have the opportunity to change this default location.

          To remove the OpenWatcom C compiler after installation, follow these steps.

          1. Delete the directory in which Watcom was installed.
          2. Delete the WATCOM environment variable.
          3. (Optional) Delete the Watcom paths from the INCLUDE environment variable.
          4. (Optional) Delete the Watcom paths from the PATH environment variable.

          Appendix: System Requirements

          Before installing Maple 13, ensure that your computer fulfills the minimum system requirements for your operating system.

          32-bit Windows System Requirements

          • DV D-ROM drive (for DV D installation).
          • 16-bit color at 1024 by 768 (or greater) resolution recommended.
          • Internal TCP/IP connections enabled.
          • System performance may be affected if running below the recommended memory requirement.

          64-bit Windows System Requirements

          • DV D-ROM drive (for DV D installation).
          • 16-bit color at 1024 by 768 (or greater) resolution recommended.
          • Internal TCP/IP connections enabled.
          • System performance may be affected if running below the recommended memory requirement.
          • Classic Worksheet is not available on this platform.

          Macintosh System Requirements

          Recommended RAM

          32-bit Linux System Requirements

          • DVD-ROM drive (for DVD installation).
          • 16-bit color at 1024 by 768 (or greater) resolution recommended.

          64-bit Linux System Requirements

          • DVD-ROM drive (for DVD installation).
          • 16-bit color at 1024 by 768 (or greater) resolution recommended.

          Sun Solaris System Requirements

          Recommended RAM
          • DVD-ROM drive (for DVD installation).
          • 16-bit color at 1024 by 768 (or greater) resolution recommended.
          • X11 R6.
          • Internal TCP/IP connections enabled.
          • System performance may be affected if running below the recommended memory requirement.
          • Internet Explorer or Mozilla 2.0 with Java Plug-in enabled.
          • Java Runtime Environment version 1.5.0 or later.

          Issue:
          Starting the Maple license server on a Solaris 9 machine returns a FLEXlm error of -16,287. The debug log contains the following information:

          (maplelmg) Vendor daemon can’t talk to lmgrd
          (Cannot read data from license server (-16,287:22 "Invalid argument"))
          (lmgrd) Vendor daemon died with status 39

          Resolution:
          This is a known file descriptor problem with FLEXlm and the Solaris operating system. To workaround this problem, you must create and execute the following script,

          #!/bin/sh
          ulimit -n 1024
          ulimit -H -n 1024
          lmgrd [. ]

          where [. ] represents the arguments you use with lmgrd (e.g. lmgrd -c Maple13.lic -l debug.log ). This resets the file descriptor limit for lmgrd , which resolves the problem.

          Issue:
          Starting Standard Maple on a Windows computer displays a dialog with the message "connecting. " and then another message indicating that the firewall is conflicting with Maple.

          Resolution:
          This is likely due to an interaction between Maple and a personal firewall installed on the same machine. The firewall can interfere with establishing an internal network connection on the local computer. The connection required is to "localhost" on the computer and not a connection to an external source.
          This problem occurs also with single user installations of Maple. Configure your firewall to grant full permissions to the following Maple files:

          ..\Maple 13\jre\bin\maple.exe
          ..\Maple 13\bin.win\mserver.exe
          ..\Maple 13\bin.win\cwmaple.exe
          ..\Maple 13\bin.win\cmaple.exe

          Consult your firewall software documentation for details.

          Issue:
          Maple 13 installed without problems on a Windows computer that has more than 1 GB of memory, but the Standard worksheet will not start. The Maple 13 splash screen appears, but the program does not launch.

          Resolution:
          When Maple starts, it sets the maximum amount of memory Java may potentially use based on the amount of physical memory in the machine. If that maximum is too high, Java refuses to start. Therefore, on machines with a lot of physical memory, Maple may not start either. This problem has been reported to Sun Microsystems�.

          To decrease the amount of memory used by Java on Windows, you can edit the file launch.ini in the Maple bin.win folder (default C:\Program Files\Maple 13\bin.win).

          Try adding the line

          to change the heap allocated to 800MB. This change does not affect the amount of memory available to non-Java components of Maple, including the math engine, which will still take advantage of the machine’s internal memory when solving large problems.

          If this does not work, experiment with the size value to find one that works for you. If you continue to have difficulties, contact Maplesoft Technical Support.

          Issue:
          Trying to install Maple 13 on a Windows 2003 Server returns the error "The instructions at "0x004109d0" referenced memory at 0x00000000. Memory could not be written", or the installer quits with no error message.

          Resolution:
          This behavior is likely caused by Data Execution Prevention that is automatically installed and turned on in Windows 2003 Server when SP1 is installed.

          To turn off DEP, or to add the Maple installer (and Maple itself) to the list of exceptions for DEP, go to Control Panel>System>Advanced>Data Execution Prevention.

          Issue:
          Upon mounting the Maple 13 DVD on my Linux machine no files are visible.

          Resolution:
          The Single User DVD contains the install files for all three platforms. Each platform’s install files are available only from that platform. If you are trying to install on Linux and are seeing only Mac OS X files, it is likely that the DVD is not mounted correctly.

          Try mounting the DVD with the command:

          mount -t iso9660 <device> <mountpoint>

          This may require root privileges.

          Issue:
          Upon starting the license server, you get the error "Incorrectly built binary which accesses errno or h_errno directly. Needs to be fixed."
          This might happen on SUSE 9.x, Mandrake 10, and Red Hat 9 / WS 3.

          Resolution:
          Enter the following command before starting the license manager daemon:

          setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.4.1

          Issue:
          When starting a license server you get the error,
          "license manager: can’t initialize: Cannot find license file
          The license files (or server network addresses) attempted are listed below. Use LM_LICENSE_FILE to use a different license file, or contact your software provider for a license file."

          Resolution:
          Enter the following command before starting the license manager daemon,

          setenv LM_LICENSE_FILE license_file_path

          where license_file_path is the full path to the directory containing the license files.

          Issue:
          You are unable to install Maple on a Linux box due to insufficient space in both /tmp and /home/username.

          Resolution:
          Install Anywhere uses an environment variable called IATEMPDIR to assign the location of a temp directory for use during installation. If neither your /tmp or /home/username directories have sufficient free space for the required operations, the installation process will fail.

          If you have access to another drive or partition with more free space, you can set a new temp directory using the one of the following two commands. Depending on whether you are using bash or (t)csh, you can use either:

          export IATEMPDIR=/pathname
          setenv IATEMPDIR /pathname

          where pathname represents a writable directory with more free space available than the two default directories.

          Installing and Setting Up a Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler

          To install and set up the required software on your computer, follow the steps below.

          1. Download and install the following software on your computer:
          • Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition, which is a free download, from http://www.microsoft.com/express/vc/.
          • Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5, which is a free download from http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/bb980924.aspx . Note: Make sure that you install the Visual C++ Compiler component.
          1. Set up the Microsoft Visual C++ compiler for Maple 13 by specifying the path of the vcvars64.bat file that is distributed with Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008. To specify the path of the vcvars64.bat file do one of the following:
          • If Maple is not installed on your computer, specify the path of the vcvars64.bat file during the Maple installation process.
          • If Maple is already installed on your computer, you can run a command within Maple to specify the path of the file. Perform the following steps:
            1. Open Maple.
            2. At the Maple prompt, type Compiler:-Setup() and press Enter.
            3. In the dialog box, specify the path of the vcvars64.bat file.
            4. Close Maple.

            Verifying Video Card Driver Requirements

            To optimize the performance of graphics in Maple 13, it is strongly recommended that you install the latest driver software available for your video card. Before using Maple 13, follow the steps in this section to verify and, if necessary, upgrade your video card driver software.

            Identifying Your Video Card Type

            32-bit and 64-bit Windows

            • (Windows 2000, 2003, and XP) Select Start > Run. In the Open field, enter devmgmt.msc and click OK.
            • (Windows Vista) Open the Start menu. In the Start Search field, search for devmgmt.msc. From the search results, click Device Manager.

            32-bit and 64-bit Linux and UNIX

            1. At a command prompt, run the lscpi command.
            2. In the output, search for a line that contains "VGA" or "Display controller" . For example,

            01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc RV280 [Radeon 9200] (rev 01)
            01:00.1 Display controller: ATI Technologies Inc RV280 [Radeon 9200] (rev 01)

            Macintosh

            1. From the Apple menu, select About this Mac.
            2. Click More Info.
            3. In the System Profiler, expand the Hardware section in the left pane, and click Graphics/Displays. Your video card type is displayed beside Chipset Model in the panel at the right of the window (for example, Chipset Model: ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro).

            Verifying and Upgrading Your Driver Software

            32-bit and 64-bit Windows

            1. In the Device Manager window, in the Display adapters section, right-click the entry for the video card used by your computer and select Update Driver. The Hardware Update Wizard is displayed.
            2. When prompted to connect to Windows Update, select Yes, this time only and click Next.
            3. Select Install the software automatically (Recommended) and click Next. The wizard checks whether a more current version of the driver software is available.

            If the wizard indicates that the latest driver software is installed, click Finish to close the wizard. Your computer is configured to display graphics in Maple 13.

            If the wizard indicates that a more current version of the driver software is available, follow the on-screen instructions to install the update.

            32-bit and 64-bit Linux and UNIX

            1. Identify the driver version used by your video card. See Identifying the Driver Version Used By Your Video Card for instructions.
            2. Visit your video card vendor’s web site to check whether a more current version of the driver software is available. See Obtaining the Latest Driver Software for instructions.

            If the version number of the latest driver software available from the vendor matches the version number of the driver software installed on your computer, your computer is configured to display graphics in Maple 13. If a more current version is available, download the driver software from the web site and install it on your computer.

            Note: It is not recommended that you use driver software updates automatically detected by Linux or UNIX software upgrade utilities.

            Macintosh

            • From the Apple menu, select Software Update.

            If no driver software update is listed for your video card in the Software Update window, the latest version is installed on your computer. Your computer is configured to display graphics in Maple 13.

            If a driver software update is listed, select the entry from the list and click Install. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

            Downloading and Installing Driver Updates From a Vendor’s Web Site

            Identifying the Driver Version Used By Your Video Card

            32-bit and 64-bit Windows

            1. In the Device Manager window, expand the Display adapters section.
            2. Right-click the entry for the video card used by your computer and select Properties. A dialog box that contains information related to your video card is displayed.
            3. Click the Driver tab. The driver version used by your video card is listed beside Driver Version at the top of the window.

            32-bit and 64-bit Linux and UNIX

            • In the root of your Linux or UNIX installation, run the glxinfo | head command.

            If hardware accelerated graphics are turned on, you will see a line that reads "direct rendering: Yes." If this line reads "direct rendering: No," hardware accelerated graphics are not turned on.

            You can search the package management system of your Linux or UNIX installation for drivers installed on your computer. Linux and UNIX distributions use different package management systems; the instructions below are provided for the two most common Linux distributions.

            dpkg-based Linux distributions such as Ubuntu

            To query which packages are installed on your system, run the dpkg -l command. (Note that this is a lower-case letter L.) This command will display several lines of output, so it is useful to limit the output using the grep command. Continuing with the example above, enter the following command to search for NVIDIA� drivers.

            dpkg -l | grep -i nvidia

            If you have a hardware accelerated driver installed, you will see an output line such as nvidia-glx-177 . In this example, 177 is the major version number of the driver. The full driver version number is displayed in the second column. For example, it will look like 177.82-0ubuntu0.1 on a Ubuntu system.

            Hardware accelerated ATI&#8482; drivers are named fglrx on Linux. For example, the package name could be fglrx-amdcccle and the version number may look like 2:8.543-0ubuntu4.1 on a Ubuntu system.

            Intel� integrated accelerated graphics hardware may contain intel in the package name or just the chipset information, such as i810 .

            rpm-based Linux distributions such as SuSE and Red Hat Enterprise Linux

            To query which packages are installed on an rpm-based Linux system, run the rpm -qa command. This command will list every package installed on your computer, so you can limit the search by using the grep command. For example,

            rpm -qa | grep nvidia

            Obtaining the Latest Driver Software

            To download the latest driver software for your video card, visit the web site of your video card vendor.

            ATI Video Cards

            Intel Video Cards

            For more information about identifying your chipset type in Windows, visit http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/sb/cs-009245.htm.

            For more information on upgrading your driver software in Linux, visit http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/cs-010512.htm.

            NVIDIA Video Cards

            Visit http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx and search for the driver software for your operating system and video card type. Download and install the latest driver software available for your video card.

            Note: Maple uses the Macrovision Corporation FLEXlm as its license manager. This document contains all the information you require for a standard Maple installation. For more information, refer to the FLEXlm documentation at http://www.macrovision.com.

            Maple, Maplesoft, and Waterloo Maple are trademarks of Waterloo Maple Inc.
            Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
            Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Excel and Internet Explorer are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
            Macintosh and Mac OS are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
            NVIDIA is a registered trademark of NVIDIA Corporation.
            Sun and Sun Solaris are registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
            OpenGL is a registered trademark of Silicon Graphics Inc.
            MATLAB is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc.
            FLEXlm is a trademark of Macrovision Corporation.
            All other brand names or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

            Как установить maple 13

            -=[Waterloo Maple]=-
            Последняя версия [17.00]

            Обсуждение этого пакета идет здесь. Недостатки, достоинства, проблемы и т.д.
            Тема в Варезнике

            запущенный в Maple 13 с лёгкостью выполняется на древнем ноутбуке с Pentium M на борту. В то же время Maple 17 на ПК с Core i7 3770K и 32GB RAM не в состоянии выполнить этот код. В чём может быть проблема? Может следует поправить какие-то настройки в Maple 17? Если установить Maple 13 на ПК то будет ли он конфликтовать с Maple 17?

            В &#39;Classic Worksheet&#39; оболочке создаем файл .mws
            в нем набираем print(&#96;Проба печати кириллицей&#96;); и жмем Enter;
            Эхо на экране показывает нормальный текст.

            Открываем этот же файл в 64-разрядном варианте Maple v.18
            и видим вместо выведенного текста пустые квадраты.
            При повторном выполнении команды текст исправляется.

            Точно также
            текст эхо-печати на экране в 64-разрядном графическом варианте
            при открытии в &#39;Classic Worksheet&#39;
            воспроизводится иероглифами,
            при повторном исполнении команды читаемость восстанавливается.

            Как исправить, чтобы читать без повторного выполнения команды?
            Может быть, это уже побороли? Тогда ткните пальцем, плз.

            Цитата:

            У кого-нибудь есть лекарство для Maple 18.02?

            Вам в Варезник с таким вопросом: http://forum.ru-board.com/topic.cgi?forum=35&topic=1415&start=2080#1
            Там его (лекарства) пока не видно
            Ссылку в ПМ отправил

            Код выглядит так:

            Код:

            int(collect(simplify(Br^3, trig, symbolic), [cos(alpha1), sin(alpha1)], &#39;distributed&#39;), alpha1 = 0 .. 2*Pi);
            int(collect(simplify(%, trig, symbolic), [cos(gamma1), sin(gamma1)], &#39;distributed&#39;), gamma1 = 0 .. 2*Pi);
            int(collect(simplify(%, trig, symbolic)*sin(beta1), [cos(beta1), sin(beta1)], &#39;distributed&#39;), beta1 = 0 .. Pi);

            Почему классический интерфейс не разрабатывается дальше?
            Официальный ответ вот следующий:
            Он базируется на StarView cross-platform toolkit которого выпускали Star Division.
            StarOffice они выпускали, исходники которого потом открыли и стал он OpenOffice.

            За это тогда Axel Vogt их раскритиковал, что это никакое не оправдание, и понятно почему, но все же ничего не произошло.

            maplesoft.com/support/install/maple13_install.html
            Внизу есть Troubleshooting
            Самая частая проблема firewall что-то перекрывает у cwmaple.exe
            Это потому что интерфейс и вычислительное ядро обмениваются через Loopback (Виртуальный сетевой интерфейс).

            Возможно еще всякое другое.

            Также существует метод запуска cwmaple.exe на х64 Maple, хотя кроме его самого требуются еще некоторые х86 компоненты из x86 Maple. Давно не делал и сразу не вспомню. Но ключевое слово сначала это приложение Dependency Walker. Как будет с лицензиями точно не знаю.

            Добавлено:
            HelioSS
            Maxima on Android
            Symbolic (GUI for Reduce)
            PariDroid
            Eigenmath 4A
            Xcas Pad

            Если вам Xcas нравится, то скорее всего лучше найти
            HP Prime Pro
            там компьютерная алгебра из того же Xcas

            Graph 89 — (with TI84 support)
            Это калькуляторы TI у которых компьютерная алгебра Derive
            Само маленькое число багов именно у нее.

            Они как правило следуют вот так:
            x, y1(x), y1&#39;(x), y2(x), y2&#39;(x). и т.д.
            независимая переменная, функция, производная функции. и т.д.

            Поэтому:
            F[2, 1][1, 4] — какая то функция
            F[2, 1][1, 5] — ее производная

            Математическая программа. Maple 13.0. Скачать

            Maple — мощнейшая математическая программа. Широко применяемая в университетах, колледжах, исследовательских организациях и компаниях, обеспечивает исчерпывающую среду и громадный набор ресурсов для наблюдения и исследования математической информации, разработки приложений и распространения математической информации через Интернет.
            Возможность генерации исходного текста программ на языках MATLAB и Visual Basic, C, Fortran и Java, а также инструменты, которые помогут при необходимости самостоятельно создавать генераторы кода и для других языков программирования.

            Данная версия программы Maple выгодно отличается от предыдущих. Программа стала намного удобнее. Изменилось визуальное представление формул и выражений, что облегчает работу с программой.

            Программа Maple 13.0 позволяет: находить производную, интеграл, предел, решение дифференциального уравнения, производить вычисления с матрицами, строить графики и многое другое.

            Инструкция по установке

            Распаковать первый архив, выбрать в установочной папке инсталляционный файл, следовать инструкции по установке.

            При запросе перезагрузки компьютера, перезагрузить.

            Скопировать лицензию из кряка в папку с установленной программой (на компьютере)

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