Как установить maple 6

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Как установить maple 6

Release 6.02

This file explains how to install Maple 6, set up the Maple license manager, start Maple in the mode appropriate for your needs, and customize Maple to operate in the way most suited to your environment.

Note: Release 6.02 addresses platform-specific issues for the Windows and Macintosh operating systems. The most recent version of Maple 6 for the UNIX and Linux operating systems remains Release 6.01.

The Maple 6 CD contains the files needed to install any version of Maple. The installation procedure is different for each operating system.

Before you install Maple 6, do the following:

  • Check the Windows system requirements.
  • Close all programs, particularly Excel 2000 and any previous release of Maple.
  • On Windows 2000 and Windows NT, log on as administrator, or have administrator privileges.
  • If you are installing the network version and an earlier version of Maple 6 was installed on the computer, you should stop the license daemons. To do so:
    1. Start the Lmtools executable. You will find it in the FLEXlm folder in the Maple folder, or on the Maple 6 CD.
    2. Under the Service/License tab, click Configuration using Services.
    3. Click the Configure Services tab. From the Server Name list, select the service used for the earlier version of Maple 6.
    4. Click the Start/Stop/Reread tab. Click Stop Server.
    5. If an earlier version of Maple 6 is already installed on the computer, uninstall it by following these steps.
      1. Double-click My Computer.
      2. Double-click Control Panel.
      3. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
      4. From the list box, select Maple 6.
      5. Click the Add/Remove button.
      6. In the Confirm File Deletion dialog box, click Yes.

      All Maple files, other than the Maple license manager and the user profile files (for Maple 6), are removed.

      If an earlier version of Maple other than Maple 6 is on the computer, you do not have to uninstall it, but you should install Maple 6 in a location different from the older version of Maple.

      The installation program differs depending on whether you have a single user or a network version of Maple 6 for Windows. The single user version of Maple 6 is intended for use on stand-alone machines or on machines where networking is not an issue. The installation program detects the specific Windows platform on the machine and installs the appropriate files. Note that the single user version can be set to Multiple User Mode. This enables two or more people to use the same installation of Maple on one computer and each have their own default settings. For installation information, see Windows Single User Installation.

      The network version of Maple 6 for Windows is intended for use in a networking environment. Normally, the main copy of Maple 6 is installed on a server and includes files that are required for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, and Windows 2000. The server can have any of these versions, but Maple works best when served out on Windows NT or Windows 2000. The client installation is obtained from the server installation. It creates shortcuts on the clients pointing to the server, selecting the files that are appropriate for the client version. For installation information, see Windows Network Installation.

      Windows Single User Installation

      You will need to provide your serial number as part of the installation process. Before you begin, please locate it (on the license envelope or CD jewel case).

      To install Maple 6 for Windows from Maple 6 CD or Maple 6.02 download:

      1. Make sure that you have followed the preliminary steps described in Windows Installation.
      2. On the Maple 6 CD, locate and double-click the following file (where D is the drive that contains the Maple 6 CD-ROM): D:\Windows\SingleUser\Setup.exe. If you downloaded Maple 6.02 single user version, locate and double-click the following file (where Path is the directory that contains the downloaded files): Path\Maple6Installer.exe.
      3. The installation program is launched. Follow the on-screen instructions.

      Maple 6 is installed. If you previously had a working version of Maple 6 or 6.01 installed and you replaced it with Maple 6.02 in the same location, you can start Maple and begin using it. If you installed Maple 6.02 to a location different from your previous installation of Maple 6, you must copy the License.dat file from the old License folder into your new Maple License folder.

      Windows Network Installation

      The following are the instructions for the standard network installation, which installs Maple 6 on a server that the client machines can access, from Maple 6 CD or Maple 6.02 download.

      1. Make sure that you have followed the preliminary steps described in Windows Installation.
      2. Select a shared, writable location on the server in which to install Maple 6.
      3. On the Maple 6 CD, locate and double-click the following file (where D is the drive that contains the Maple 6 CD-ROM): D:\Windows\Network\Setup.exe. If you downloaded Maple 6.02 network version, locate and double-click the following file (where Path is the directory that contains the downloaded files): Path\Maple6NetworkInstaller.exe.
      4. The installation program is launched. Follow the on-screen instructions.
      5. When asked about user profiles, first select a Profile Setting. You normally select Multiple User Profiles. This option allows each user to save Maple preferences separately.
      6. Next, in the same dialog box, specify a location in which to save those preferences. You must do this even if you have selected Single User Profile mode. Use a universal naming convention (UNC) directory location instead of a specific drive letter. (For example, if drive H: is mapped to a server named Server1, use \\Server1\Chem\Maple6\Users rather than H:\Chem\Maple6\Users.) You can call the folder anything (it does not have to be called Users), and the folder can be any shared, writable location.
      7. When asked about the location of your License Manager Server, enter a server name in a format that is acceptable to your network. It should be a server host name or an IP address. If you are installing Maple 6.02 over Maple 6 or 6.01, you can skip the remaining installation steps, but you still must restart the license server. For details, see Restarting License Daemons.
      8. Go to each client computer on the network. Start the client setup program by double-clicking the Setup.exe icon located in the Client folder within the server’s Maple folder.
      9. Follow the on-screen instructions for the client setup. On the client side, the Program Folder you choose dictates where the program icons are placed on the client machine. The default is Maple 6.

      You must now configure the license files and start the license daemons, as described in Windows Network Licensing.

      Before installing the Macintosh version, do the following:

      • Check the Macintosh system requirements.
      • Turn off all anti-virus software.

      The installation program is the same for both the single user version and the network version of Maple 6 for Macintosh, but the network version has a few extra steps.

      Macintosh Single User Installation

      To install a single user version of Maple 6 for Macintosh from Maple 6 CD or Maple 6.02 download:

      1. If you received Maple 6 on CD, open the Maple 6 CD icon. Proceed to Step 3.
      2. If you downloaded Maple 6.02, do the following:
      1. Double-click the Maple 6.smi icon. If the Maple 6.smi file is not present, then the Maple6.smi.sit.bin file did not automatically decode and decompress. Double-click the Maple6.smi.sit.bin icon. After decoding and decompression is complete, double-click the Maple 6.smi file.
      2. Double-click the Maple 6 volume.
      • If you are using Macintosh OS 9 or 9.1 with Multiple User Accounts turned on, or have Macintosh Manager Services available, then these options have no effect. Just click OK.
      • Otherwise, select the appropriate user mode: Select Single User Mode if only one person will be using this installation of Maple. Select Multiple User Mode if more than one person will access Maple from this machine. Then select Create "User" folder in "Maple 6" install folder or Choose custom folder. Click OK. If you selected the custom folder option, you are prompted to either navigate to the folder to use and click Select, or create a new folder.
      1. At the final installation prompt, click Quit.
      2. If Apple OpenGL 1.1.2 or higher is not already installed on your startup hard drive, the Apple OpenGL installer is launched automatically. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Apple OpenGL.
      3. Maple 6 is now installed. If you are upgrading from Maple 6 to Maple 6.02, copy the Maple 6 Sys Preferences, Maple 6 Preferences, and Maple 6 Init Preferences files from the Preferences folder in the System Folder to the Global Preferences folder in the installed Maple folder.

      If you have not already done so, we recommend that you register the program. To do so, go to http://register.maplesoft.com. Follow the instructions on that Web site.

      Macintosh Network Installation

      To install a standard network version of Maple 6 for Macintosh from Maple 6 CD or Maple 6.02 download:

      1. On the network server, install Maple by completing the steps described in the previous section, Macintosh Single User Installation. Install in a location on the server that is consistent with other applications that are being shared. (For details, see your network administrator.)
      2. Each client machine must have Apple OpenGL. If any do not, you can install it from the Maple CD by opening the Macintosh folder on the CD icon and double-clicking Install OpenGL.

      If you want, you can create an alias for Maple on the client machines.

      UNIX and Linux Installation

      Note: Release 6.01 is the most recent version of Maple 6 for the UNIX and Linux operating systems. If you already have 6.01 installed on your system, you do not need to replace it. If you do not know your current Maple version number, check in the About Maple 6 box (from the Help menu, choose About Maple 6. ) before reinstalling.

      No special single user version of Maple exists for UNIX or Linux. The number of users is controlled by the license file.

      Before installing Maple for UNIX or Linux, check the system requirements.

      If an earlier version of Maple 6 is already installed on the computer, we recommend that you stop the license daemons before installing Maple 6.01. If you choose not to, you may get some warnings during installation (certain files that should be deleted will not be). To stop the license daemons, issue the following command in the Maple 6 flexLM directory for your platform. (This utility can also be found on the Maple 6 CD.)

      lmdown -c network.lic

      where network.lic is the network license file that Maplesoft sent you for the earlier release of Maple 6.

      To install Maple 6 for UNIX or Linux:

      1. Log on to the account that will own the Maple files. This is usually the root account.
      2. Run the Maple 6 INSTALL script, located on the Maple 6 CD in the UNIX directory. (In some cases, the script is called install.) Follow the on-screen instructions.
      3. When asked in which directory to install Maple, select a directory to which you have write access. If you are creating a new directory, make sure that you have write access to the parent directory. By default, Maple installs into /usr/local/maple.
      4. If you are installing Maple 6.01 over Maple 6, existing license files are found and preserved.
      5. You will be asked which platforms of UNIX or Linux you want to install. If you are installing onto a network server, install Maple for every platform on which it is to run.

      When installation is complete, you may have to edit the scripts in the bin directory to configure Maple to run. For example, for some platforms, you may have to uncomment certain lines in the maple script. You also have to edit the script to enable the MATLAB link. The script contains comments to guide you.

      If you installed Maple 6.01 over a working copy of Maple 6, you must now restart the license daemons, as described in UNIX and Linux Licensing. If you wrote a script to start the license daemons at boot time, you will probably have to modify the path to the license daemons. (For example, you may have to change flexLM to the now correct FLEXlm.) Then you can start Maple.

      If you did not install Maple 6.01 over an earlier version of Maple 6, you now have to install and configure the Maple license manager, as described in UNIX and Linux Licensing.

      Licensing Procedures

      Under Windows, UNIX, and Linux, the Maple 6 license manager must be installed and correctly configured before you can use Maple. (Maple 6 for Macintosh does not require a license manager.)

      Windows Single User Licensing

      If you are installing into the same folder as a previous Maple 6 installation, the earlier license file will be preserved.

      For a CD installation, if you have no previous Maple 6 installation or you are installing into a folder different from the previous, no further steps are required. The new license file is automatically installed into the License folder.

      For a downloaded installation that updates Maple 6 or 6.01, if you are installing into a folder different from the previous, copy the License.dat from the License folder of the previous installation into the new License folder.

      When licensing is complete, you can start Maple.

      Windows Network Licensing

      The FLEXlm/Windows directory in the installed Maple 6 folder and on the Maple 6 CD contains a directory for each platform. These directories contain license daemons (Lmgrd and Maplelmg) required to run Maple, as well as utilities to assist you in installing and configuring FLEXlm for your system.

      You will require a network license file, called Network.lic by default. If you have already have information from Maplesoft about this license file, go to http://register.maplesoft.com. Follow the instructions at that site.

      If you do not have access to the Internet or to e-mail, call Maplesoft at 519-747-2373 and ask for License File Registration.

      When you receive the network license file, save it in a temporary, accessible location.

      Then you must configure the license files on the Maple server. The licenses can be served from any supported platform on the network. If you will serve the licenses from UNIX, please see the UNIX section. For Windows, do the following:

      1. Make sure that you know the exact server name or IP address of the server on which you will run the Maple license manager. This should be the same name you supplied during the Maple installation, but the tool will allow you to specify a new one if needed.
      2. From the FLEXlm/Windows folder, start the Install Network License executable.
      3. In new license file field of the Maple Network License Installer dialog box, type or browse for the name and location of the network license file (by default, Network.lic) that you received from Maplesoft.
      4. If you entered a Server Name on installation, it appears in the Name field. You can use that, or type in a new name, or select IP Address and type that instead.
      5. In the Destination and name of license file field, type or browse for the location and file name to save the license file under. (We suggest FLEXlm/Network.lic in the Maple folder.) Click OK.

      The network license file is copied to the specified location. It and the License.dat file in the License folder are configured with the appropriate server name.

      Note: You can also use the Install Network License utility to change the name of your server (if, for example, you move Maple to a new server machine). In this case, the new license file and the Destination and name of license file would be the same. You can also use this utility to update your license file should Maplesoft send you a new one. In this case the new license file would be the new one that Maplesoft sends, and the Destination would be where the existing license file is located (both path and file name).

      Next you must set up the license daemons as a service, and start them. To do this on a Windows server (if it is a Novell server, see notes below), you require the Lmtools executable, located in the FLEXlm/Windows folder in your installed Maple folder, as well as on the Maple 6 CD.

      1. If the FLEXlm/Windows folder is not already on the license manager server, copy it from the Maple folder or the Maple 6 CD.
      2. Start the Lmtools executable.
      3. Under the Service/License tab, click Configuration using Services.
      4. Click the Configure Services tab.
      5. In the Configure Services property sheet:
        Type or Browse for the Path to the lmgrd.exe file and the Path to the license file (for example, FLEXlm/Network.lic).
      6. Though not required, we recommend that you use a log file for the debug information. In the Path to the debug log file field, type or Browse for its location, and type a file name.
      7. On Windows NT and Windows 2000, select the Use Services check box. This sets up the daemons as a service. (This option is not needed to start the daemons under Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows ME, so it is not available for selection on those platforms.)
      8. If you want the daemons to start at boot time, select the Start Server at Power Up check box.
      9. Click Save Service. When prompted to save the servers, click Yes.
      10. Click the Start/Stop/Reread tab. In that property sheet, click Start Server. This starts the license daemons.

      Restarting License Daemons

      In some cases you may have to restart the license daemons.

      • If you replaced a working version of Maple 6 or 6.01 with Maple 6.02, but are still using the same server name.
      • If the license server is shut down for any reason, and the Start Server at Power Up check box is not selected.

      This section explains how to restart the daemons.

      1. From the FLEXlm/Windows folder, start the Lmtools executable.
      2. Under the Service/License tab, click Configuration using Services.
      3. Click the Configure Services tab.
      4. Make sure that the Service Name is correct.
      5. If you had an earlier version of Maple 6 installed, the Path to the lmgrd.exe file shown by default may still point to the old location. In this case, update the Path to the new one.
      6. Click the Start/Stop/Reread tab.
      7. Click Start Server.

      The daemons are now restarted, and Maple 6 can be used.

      Novell Networks

      FLEXlm does not run on Novell or IPX/SPX. To solve this problem on any network that is running exclusively in a Novell environment, you must do the following:

      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 on it.

      Alternative Installation

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      The supported network installation has Maple installed on a server, with client machines accessing Maple through shortcuts. Activating Maple from a client machine loads the Maple executable into the memory of the client machine. Network speed is generally an issue only when functions are accessed for the first time in a given session.

      Where network speed is a limiting factor, you may choose to install Maple on each computer in the network, and manage the license centrally through the license manager server. If you use this second approach, you should use the network installation on each client machine so that the User profiles are properly created. Supply the same server name for each client. Because this is not a usual installation, if you choose it, you then have to configure the license files by hand. Should you require more information and assistance, contact technical support. For contact information, see http://www.maplesoft.com/support/index.shtml.

      UNIX and Linux Licensing

      The FLEXlm directory in the installed Maple 6 directory, as well as on the Maple 6 CD, contains a directory for each platform. These directories contain daemons (lmgrd and maplelmg) that you require to run Maple, as well an INSTALL_LIC script to assist you in installing and configuring FLEXlm on UNIX for your system. If you want to serve licenses from Windows, please see Windows Network Licensing.

      The license directory in your Maple 6 directory contains a license.dat file. You will require a network license file, called network.lic by default. If you do not already have information from Maplesoft about your license file, go to http://register.maplesoft.com. Follow the instructions at that site. (If you do not have access to the Internet or to e-mail, call Maplesoft at 519-747-2373 and ask for License File Registration.)

      When you receive the network license file, save it in a temporary, accessible location.

      Then, you must configure the license.dat and network license files on the Maple server.

      1. Run the INSTALL_LIC script, located on the Maple 6 CD in the UNIX directory.
      2. When prompted, enter the path to the network license file that you received from Maplesoft The default file name is network.lic, so if that is the name you saved the file under, it is sufficient to give the directory path. If you saved the license file under a different name, give the full path including the file name.
      3. When prompted, specify the directory in which to store the network license file. The default is /usr/local/maple/FLEXlm with the file name network.lic assumed; press ENTER to accept the default.
      4. When prompted, enter the name or IP address of the license server.

      The license files are then installed and configured.

      Note: You can also use this script to change the name of your server (if, for example, you change the license server machine). In this case, you should answer each question by pointing to the same license file. You can also use it to update your license file should Maplesoft send you a new one. In this case the network license file would be the new one that Maplesoft sends, and the directory in which to store the file would be where the existing file is located (both path and file name).

      Before Maple can be used, the license server must be started. (It is recommended that lmgrd not be run as root, since any process run by root is a potential security risk.) If you are running in the C shell, use the following command to start the license manager daemon (lmgrd):

      If you are using either the Korn or the Bourne shell, execute the following command:

      lmgrd_path is the full file name of lmgrd;
      license_file_path is the full file name of the network license file (by default, /usr/local/maple/FLEXlm/network.lic); and
      debug_log is the name of a file that debugging information will be written to. This command will create the file. The option used is the letter l, not the number one.

      To have the daemons run on startup, you can edit the appropriate boot script, which may be /etc/rc.boot, /etc/rc.local, /etc/rc2.d/Sxxxx, and so on. For example, if you run lmgrd as a boot startup script, you can run it as a regular user by using the su command:

      su username -c 'umask 022; path/lmgrd -c path/license_file -l path/log'

      username is a non-privileged user,
      path is the correct path to lmgrd, network license file , and the debug log file, and
      license_file is the network license file, which we recommend be called network.lic.

      If you have any problems starting the license server in the UNIX system bootup files, refer to the GLOBEtrotter FAQs at http://www.globetrotter.com/flxlmfaq/TOC.htm.

      Maple can be run in different "modes". You can use the one most suitable for your needs.

      "Standard" Maple is a version of Maple with a graphical user interface. The first standard Maple session opens with an introductory page that directs you to new features, updates, and example worksheets. Subsequent Maple 6 sessions start with a new, blank worksheet.

      To start Maple 6 for Windows in standard mode:

      • Double-click the Maple 6 shortcut icon, if available, or select the Maple program from the Start menu. (If you installed Maple in the default location, open the Start menu and select Programs, Maple 6, then Maple 6.)

      To start Maple 6 for Macintosh in standard mode:

      1. Double-click the Maple 6 application icon on the Macintosh hard drive.
      2. If requested, type in your User ID and click Log On. If you have entered a new ID, you will have to confirm its creation.

      To start Maple 6 for UNIX or Linux in standard mode:

      • Modify your command search path to contain your Maple 6 directory (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin) and then execute xmaple, or execute the full path (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin/xmaple).

      Command Line Maple has a text-based interface instead of the standard graphical user interface. While allowing complete access to the mathematical engine, Command Line Maple requires less system resources. For more information, see the text file cmdline.txt or Command Line Readme, located in your Maple folder.

      Parallel Kernel Mode

      With Standard Maple, by default all worksheets share a common kernel. This means that definitions entered in and packages available to one worksheet can be used in any other worksheet in that Maple session. On Windows and UNIX, Maple can also be run in parallel kernel mode, in which each worksheet is an independent session.

      To start Maple 6 for Windows in parallel kernel mode:

      • Select it from the Start menu. If you installed Maple in the default location, open the Start menu and select Programs, Maple 6, then Parallel Server Maple 6.

      To start Maple 6 for UNIX or Linux in parallel kernel mode, use the -km p option.

      • Make sure that your command search path contains your Maple 6 directory (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin) and then execute xmaple -km p, or execute the full path (for example, /usr/local/maple/bin/xmaple -km p).

      For more information on kernel modes, see the help page ?configuring (Advanced Features, configure Maple in the Help Browser).

      Excel Add-in

      On Windows, Maple 6 has an add-in to Microsoft Excel 2000. For more information, see the text file excel.txt, located in your Maple folder.

      You can configure Maple to operate in the way that is most suitable for your environment.

      Changing User Mode or Directory

      Under Windows and some Macintosh platforms, Maple can run in one of two user profile modes. Single User Mode is used when only one person is using Maple. Multiple User Mode is used if more than one person is sharing one copy of Maple. Multiple User Mode enables all licensed users to log in and run Maple using their own default settings.

      In the Windows version of Maple, the Bin.wnt, Bin.w95, or Bin.w2000 folder in the Maple folder contains an ASCII text file called Maplesys.ini. Using a text editor, modify the options in this file to change user profile information. To change from Single to Multiple User Mode, change the MultiUserProfile option from 0 to 1. To change the location of the user directory, specify the new directory in the UserDirectory option.

      Note: The user profile options are not applicable if you either have Macintosh OS 9 or 9.1 with Multiple User Accounts turned on or have Macintosh Manager Services available. In these situations, Macintosh OS is a multi-user OS; thus, Maple is also in Multiple User Mode.

      To change user profile information, run a custom installation of Maple 6 and reinstall the preference file.

      1. Place the Maple 6 CD in the appropriate drive, and open the CD icon.
      2. Double-click the Maple 6 Installer icon.
      3. A splash screen is displayed. Click Continue.
      4. The Maple Read Me First! file is displayed. Click Continue.
      5. In the Maple 6 Installer dialog box, select the disk and folder where Maple 6 is currently installed. Specifically, select the folder that the Maple 6 folder is located in. (Normally this is the Applications Folder.)
      6. In the top left of the Maple 6 Installer dialog box, click Custom Install. (The default is Easy Install.)
      7. Scroll down and select Maple 6 Sys Preferences under Global Preferences.
      8. Click Install.
      9. The Maple 6 Install Options dialog box appears. Select the appropriate user mode. Then select Create "User" folder in "Maple 6" install folder or Choose custom folder. Click OK. If you selected the custom folder option, you are prompted either to navigate to the folder to use and click Select or to create a new folder.
      10. At the final installation prompt, click Quit.

      Changing the Working Directory

      In the Windows version of Maple, you can change the working directory by creating a shortcut to Maple 6 and assigning it to a different directory.

      1. Create a new shortcut for the Maple application.
      2. Right-click on the shortcut icon and select Properties.
      3. Modify the field called Start in. For Windows NT only, click on the Shortcut tab to access this field. The directory listed here will be the working directory when you start Maple by using the shortcut icon.

      When looking for a custom initialization file, Maple automatically searches the current working directory on startup, and stops searching if a custom initialization file is found there. For more information, see Executing Commands Automatically.

      Executing Commands Automatically

      You can set up Maple so that when it starts, it automatically executes a series of commands. You do this by creating a Maple initialization file. This approach is especially useful for setting Maple global variables such as Digits and Order. For more information, see the help page ?configuring (Advanced Features, configure Maple in the Help Browser).

      Enabling the MATLAB Link

      MATLAB is an interactive programming language for general scientific and technical computation. If you have installed MATLAB 5.x, you can enable a link between it and Maple for Windows and most UNIX platforms. For more information, see the help page ?Matlab,setup.

      Appendix: System Requirements

      Before installing Maple 6, ensure that your computer fulfills the minimum system requirements for your operating system.

      Windows System Requirements

      • Microsoft Windows NT 4 (with Service Pack 5), Microsoft Windows 95 or 98, Microsoft Windows ME, or Microsoft Windows 2000
      • For Windows 2000, 133 MHz or higher Pentium-compatible CPU; for Windows ME, 150 MHz or higher Pentium-compatible CPU; for the rest, Intel Pentium 90 (or better) or fully compatible processor
      • CD-ROM drive (for CD installation)
      • For Windows 95 or 98, 16 MB of available RAM; 32 MB recommended.
        For Windows NT 4 or Windows ME, 32 MB of available RAM; 64 MB recommended.
        For Windows 2000 Professional, 64 MB of available RAM; 256 MB required for Windows 2000 Server.
        To run Command Line Maple, 4 MB RAM are required.
      • For the single-user version, 65 MB of available disk space; for the network version, 100 MB of available disk space
      • 8-bit graphics adapter and display to support 256 simultaneous colors at 640 by 480 resolution; 24-bit color at 800 by 600 (or greater) resolution recommended

      Macintosh System Requirements

      • 604 processor (such as a Power Macintosh 7600, 8500, 8515, 9500, or 9515), G3 processor, or G4 processor
      • CD-ROM drive (for CD installation)
      • System 8.5.1, 8.6, 9.0, or 9.1
      • For standard Maple 6, the minimum memory is 24 MB. The preferred amount is 32 MB. For Command Line Maple, minimum memory is 16 MB, and the preferred amount is 24 MB. For optimal performance in either mode, 64 MB is recommended.
      • 60 MB of available disk space if OpenGL is already installed; 70 MB if it is not.
      • 8-bit graphics adapter and display to support 256 colors at a 640 by 480 resolution. (24-bit color at 800 by 600 resolution or greater is recommended.) Maple 6 takes advantage of any graphics card acceleration supported by Apple OpenGL.

      UNIX and Linux System Requirements

      • A CD-ROM drive is also required for installation.
      • X11 R5 or R6 is required. When using the X11/Motif graphical interface from an X terminal, use a device capable of supporting at least 8-bit pseudo-color at 640 by 480 resolution. (24-bit color at 800 by 600 resolution is recommended.)

      Note: Maple uses GLOBEtrotter Software Inc.’s FLEXlm as its license manager. This document contains all of the information you require for a standard Maple installation, but for more information you can refer to GLOBEtrotter’s documentation at http://www.globetrotter.com/TOC.htm.

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      • оперативная память – не менее 16 Мбайт (рекомендуется 32 Мбайта и выше);
      • место на жестком диске – около 80 Мбайт (120 Мбайт для сетевой версии).
      • бширная библиотека пользователя, поставляемая с предшествующими версиями системы Maple V, с новыми версиями Maple 6 и Maple 7 пока не поставляется, поскольку требует серьезной переработки. Достаточно отметить, что использование в новых версиях системы оператора % для вызова последнего результата (вместо применяемого ранее оператора кавычек) делает неработоспособными большинство программ этой библиотеки. Также в новой версии изменен синтаксис некоторых функций.

      Установка системы Maple 7

      Установка системы производится обычно с компакт-диска. Обычно компакт-диск с инсталляционной версией Maple 7 стартует автоматически. При этом появляется окно Мастера установки со шкалой выполнения предварительной подготовки, показанное на рис. 1.1.

      Рис. 1.1. Окно Мастера установки Maple 7

      Затем Мастер автоматически переходит к окну, в котором просит ввести серийный номер программного продукта, который имеется в документации к системе или указан на конверте с компакт-диском.

      Для продолжения установки следует щелкнуть на кнопке Next. Это приводит к появлению следующего окна и т. д. В каждом окне после указания необходимых данных нужно нажать кнопку Next или Yes. Работа с остальными окнами мастера установки описана ниже.

      Рис. 1.2. Окно с приглашением к установке системы Maple 7

      Как мне установить Maple?

      Maple не является свободным программным обеспечением, см. UbuntuScience для альтернатив.

      Это руководство проведет вас через шаги по установке Maple9.5 или Maple10 в Ubuntu. Мы установим Maple и создадим символические ссылки на исполняемые файлы.

      Это также может помочь в устранении неполадок при установке maple 16 под Ubuntu 12.10.

      Установка

      Сначала создайте каталог в / opt для Maple. Если вы устанавливаете Maple 10, вы, вероятно, захотите вместо этого вызвать / opt / maple10. Если вы это сделаете, не забудьте использовать соответствующий путь для остальных команд в этом руководстве.

      Теперь вставьте свой клен 9.5 или клен 10 в ваш диск. Затем он должен быть подключен к / media / cdrom. Maple включает в себя хороший установочный скрипт для нас, который мы можем запустить:

      Нам нужно запустить установщик через sh, так как компакт-диски смонтированы noexec по умолчанию.

      Следуйте инструкциям установщика Maple и выберите /opt/maple9.5 в качестве установочного каталога.

      Символические ссылки

      Теперь, чтобы мы могли просто набрать maple для запуска Maple или xmaple для запуска графической версии, нам нужно создать символические ссылки где-нибудь в вашем $ PATH , Мы будем использовать / usr / local / bin, который зарезервирован для локальных установок: источник

      здесь вместе с устранением неполадок на случай, если что-то пойдет не так.

      GeekBrains

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