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Upgrade problems?

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Upgrade problems?
  • From: Ross Moore <ross at zeus.mpce.mq.edu.au>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Sep 93 14:33:19 -0500

Can anyone confirm or deny the following rumour?

> NOTE:  While reading the ultrix newgroup, I came across an artical which 
> mentioned something about Mathematica not running on machines when they were 
> upgraded.  Something about code sensing a change in machine speed.  Could you 
> check is this problem really exists??  Maybe the Mathematica newsgroup may 
> help??

The machine in question is a DECstation 5000, upgrading to a  5000/260
by replacing the R3000 chip with the more powerful R4000 .

With the new chip will the existing copy of Mathematica...
	1. work at all ?
	2. be correctly licensed ?
	3. have to be reinstalled ?
 	4. if 2 or 3 will the same password be valid ?


For  support at wri.com :

If the answer to any of the above is NO, will there be any cost involved
with obtaining the appropriate upgrade, in order to return to a properly
working Mathematica system? 

As the current kernel version is only 2.0, will such a cost be any more than
the normal upgrade cost to version 2.2 ?



Eagerly awaiting any replies,
	Ross Moore





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