RE: Re: Help - Mathematica bombs out on loading <<Calculus`LaplaceTransform`
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- Subject: [mg9290] RE: [mg9223] Re: Help - Mathematica bombs out on loading <<Calculus`LaplaceTransform`
- From: jmthomas <jmthomas at cybercable.tm.fr>
- Date: Mon, 27 Oct 1997 02:47:01 -0500
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I should recommend you to use NT4 instead of W95: NT is safer, and as
far as you have 64M of RAM, should be somewhat faster.
De: P.J. Hinton [SMTP:paulh at wolfram.com] Date: vendredi 24 octobre 1997
07:01 =C0: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Objet: [mg9223] Re: Help - Mathematica bombs out on loading =
Michael Chang wrote:
> I've been having problems running Mathematica 3.0.1 on Win95. I am
> trying to load in <<Calculus`LaplaceTransform` near the end of my
> notebook. Executing MaxMemoryUsed just before this
> <<Calculus`LaplaceTransform` statement yields <4MB. I have 64MB RAM,
> and am only running Win95.
> When I try loading in this package, Mathematica complains of
> Out of Memory. Exiting.
> This happens even if I give a 400MB disk swap space! Sometimes, it =
> Mathematica could not establish a connection to the kernel. Kernel:
> Low-level MathLink error: The other side closed the link, you may =
> get undelivered data.
> Loading this near the end, or in the beginning of my notebook only =
> to affect when I get the error in my notebook, and not *if* I get this
> error. As well, my Win95 resource manager says that I still have >30%
> memory left!
> Has anyone else encountered this? I've contacted Mathematica support,
> but haven't found an answer yet.
> I'd appreciate any and all help!
You may need to get a new Mathematica kernel loader (MathKernel.exe).
See the information at URL:
for more details.
I'm not sure what may be causing the low level MathLink error message,
it may be an unrelated problem. If the problem persists with the new
kernel loader, send your query to support at wolfram.com again, this time
with a bare-bones minimal example that causes the problematic
behavior. Be sure to include your license number with you
Mathematica Programming Group paulh at wolfram.com Wolfram
Research, Inc. http://www.wolfram.com/~paulh/
Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.
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