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Re: Mathematica and OPENSTEP

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  • Subject: [mg15704] Re: [mg15670] Mathematica and OPENSTEP
  • From: Brian Boonstra <boonstb at cmg.fcnbd.com>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Feb 1999 14:54:20 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <199901300929.EAA09032@smc.vnet.net>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi Roger

	I run on just that platform, and find Mathematica as stable here as  
anywhere, if not more so (i.e. not perfect, but pretty darn stable). 
Note:    the folks at Wolfram are sometimes clueless about this
platform.  Some don't   know it exists, others want to charge you the
usual UNIX price, when the   actual price is less.  Beware.

rmj at leland.Stanford.EDU (Roger M. Jones) wrote:
> At present I am running Mathematica on NeXT "black hardware".  However,
> I want to run Mathematica with OPENSTEP 4.2 on a recently purchased PC.
> Is there a Mathematica version specifically for this operating system?
> And, have users found Mathematica to be stable when run in this way.


	- Brian


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