i am searching for a symbolink calculus program for zaurus or librairie

any body know one

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i am searching for a symbolink calculus program for zaurus or librairie

any body know one

any body know one

Your best bet is maxima. It's been discussed before. Search the forums and see if it's what you want.

Felipe

Felipe

I have a compiled version of maxima. you gan get it from the cacko feed.

you can also use mathematica for linux using qemu-i386 emulation. that works great but a bit slow.

tovarish

you can also use mathematica for linux using qemu-i386 emulation. that works great but a bit slow.

tovarish

yacas is another option.

Also giac/xcas does some of this.

Si

Also giac/xcas does some of this.

Si

any body know a front end for maxima under sharp rom ??

could someone help me putting mathematica on my zaurus i dont find any ressources on the web

QUOTE(seed @ Apr 10 2005, 05:12 PM)

QUOTE(tovarish @ Apr 8 2005, 09:42 AM)

you can also use mathematica for linux using qemu-i386 emulation. that works great but a bit slow.

tovarish

tovarish

under the zaurus ???

did some know how is the maxima calculus system compare to other system as matematica/ti-89/classpad300 ... better ,worse or equal

yes, i use qemu-i386 to execute the linux mathematica binary. integrals, differnetial equations are definitely much better in mathematica than maxima but mathematica is slow. ti89 is worse than mxima

QUOTE(tovarish @ Apr 11 2005, 11:14 PM)

QUOTE(seed @ Apr 10 2005, 05:12 PM)

QUOTE(tovarish @ Apr 8 2005, 09:42 AM)

you can also use mathematica for linux using qemu-i386 emulation. that works great but a bit slow.

tovarish

tovarish

under the zaurus ???

did some know how is the maxima calculus system compare to other system as matematica/ti-89/classpad300 ... better ,worse or equal

yes, i use qemu-i386 to execute the linux mathematica binary. integrals, differnetial equations are definitely much better in mathematica than maxima but mathematica is slow. ti89 is worse than mxima

did u try it under an inproved kernel ??

QUOTE(tovarish @ Apr 11 2005, 06:14 PM)

yes, i use qemu-i386 to execute the linux mathematica binary. integrals, differnetial equations are definitely much better in mathematica than maxima but mathematica is slow. ti89 is worse than mxima

where did you get the linux mathematica binary? is it free? which version?

i got it from my university. its not free and actually costs 1000$ a copy but you could find it in p2p networks

there is a main kernel mathematica binary "MathKernel" that you run with qemu-1386 with this command

/home/QtPalmtop/bin/qemu-i386-static /usr/local/i386-linux/lib/ld-linux.so.2 --library-path /usr/local/i386-linux/lib /path/to/MathKernel

you need to put the i386 libraries required by MathKernel in /usr/local/i386-linux/lib

you can find these dendencies by

ldd MathKernel

in your linux box

tovarish

there is a main kernel mathematica binary "MathKernel" that you run with qemu-1386 with this command

/home/QtPalmtop/bin/qemu-i386-static /usr/local/i386-linux/lib/ld-linux.so.2 --library-path /usr/local/i386-linux/lib /path/to/MathKernel

you need to put the i386 libraries required by MathKernel in /usr/local/i386-linux/lib

you can find these dendencies by

ldd MathKernel

in your linux box

tovarish

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