It works just fine on my potato system. I suspect this is because the whole thing is
statically linked to its own libraries, etc. The only gripe I have with it is I have
a dual processor system, but as it was compiled under a 2.0.x environment, there is
no SMP support. I really like the package, but SMP support would be cool.
Nathan Smith wrote:
> Hello all,
> We're (I'm) setting up a computer lab here at Univ. Texas at Tyler
> (nevermind the address above), and I'd like to run Debian as the OS in the
> lab. We're going to need to have Mathematica on the computers in the lab,
> and according to the Wolfram web page Mathematica will run on any ELF
> Linux system, but it's my understanding that Debian is not ELF but glibc6.
> Is there a way to make this work? Does anybody have Mathematica running
> on a Debian system? I have Debian on my machine here at work and would
> like to not have to switch to Red Hat or something else since I'm already
> somewhat familiar with what I have, but if it's not possible to run
> Mathematica I'll have to - or if it's too much work I'll have to as well
> since I have other duties. Anyone able to answer my questions?
> Thanks for your time,
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