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Re: Running Math2.2.3 on WIN 95 and WFW3.11 Clients in a Network

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  • Subject: [mg4338] Re: Running Math2.2.3 on WIN 95 and WFW3.11 Clients in a Network
  • From: Harald Berndt <haraldb at nature.berkeley.edu>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Jul 1996 00:58:46 -0400
  • Organization: University of California Forest Products Lab
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Dieter Baurecht wrote:
> 
> We have installed Mathematica 2.2.3 on a Netware-Server. WFW3.11 or
> Win95 is installed on the local computer. We got Mathematica running
> with Win95 using all hints of
> http://www.wolfram.com/support/Systems/Windows/index.html
> To speed it up under Win95 we use the solution with "Procup.m", but we
> can not put Procup.m in init.m because of our WFW3.11 users.
> 
> Is it possible to make user- or PC-dependend init.m?
> 

I believe so. The newsletter MathUser had a very nice article on doing 
just that: "Customizing Mathematica with Init.m." You can find it at:
 
http://www.mathsource.com/MathSource/Publications/Periodicals/MathUser
/0206-907/MathUser-5.txt

I used quite a bit of that information to start Mma with slightly 
different configurations, depending on who was working with it and 
what was to be done.

Good luck,

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Harald Berndt                          University of California
Research Specialist                  Forest Products Laboratory
Phone: 510-215-4224                            FAX:510-215-4299
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