Questions tagged [wolfram-engine]

Wolfram-engine implements the Wolfram language and powers applications such as Mathematica. Use this tag for questions about any of the above.

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Mathematica 11.3 not working over X11

I'm trying to access Mathematica 11.3 remotely over X11 using XQuartz on Mac El Captain, but to no success. The terminal script is below, chromium-browser launches ok after numerous messages bu ...
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Installing Mathematica 11.3

Having found I had Mathematica 11.0 installed on one Pi and needing to move it 11.3 as on the rest of my cluster I've found apt-get install won't install it, but there is a script at http://www....
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Why is the use of Raspbian (specifically Mathematica) on Orange Pi devices not illegal?

I was seeing few YouTube videos in which people where demonstrating the installation procedure for modified Raspbian image on orange pi pc. I could also see the icons of pre-installed Mathematica on ...
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Raspberry Pi 3 + Win IoT Core + Mathematica, is it possible?

I am a Windows user so I want to install Win IoT Core on a Raspberry Pi 3. Afterwards, I also want to install Mathematica. Is it possible to install Mathematica on Win IoT Core? Note: Mathematica ...
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Mathematica requires activation key for a Raspbian (jessie) session on Qemu

First off, sorry if this is not the most suitable forum to post this question. I downloaded a Raspbian "jessie" image to run on Linux with qemu. I'm chiefly interested in Mathematica and raspbian-...
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WolframEngine/10.0

I have a reasonably standard Raspbian installation on my Pi3, and a version on a B+ where I removed wolfram-engine with apt remove wolfram-engine to save space on a 8GiB card. (I have rarely used ...
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Highest safe temperature for overnight operation

I want to leave my Pi 3 on overnight doing a Mathematica calculation. What temperature would you say is too high to be at constantly for 8 hours? Would 65C be too high? EDIT: I am aware of the ...