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upgraded to Fedora Core 3

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg54164] upgraded to Fedora Core 3
  • From: David Chernoff <chernoff at astro.cornell.edu>
  • Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2005 01:57:18 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

I recently upgraded to Fedora Core 3 and Mathematica
appears to be non-functional. Two queries to Technical
support have gone unanswered. 

Here's an example of what happens

-------------------------------------------------
$ math
Mathematica 4.1 for Linux
Copyright 1988-2000 Wolfram Research, Inc.
 -- Motif graphics initialized --

In[1]:= expr = (1/3) Exp[-s] s^5

          5
         s
Out[1]= ----
           s
        3 E

In[2]:= Check[Integrate[expr,{s,0,Infinity}],fails]

Out[2]= fails

In[3]:= Segmentation fault
-------------------------------------------------

Many other "Segmentation fault" results lead me to
suspect that the problem has nothing to do
with the specific calculations but that there is some
system-level incompatability. The MathKernel is still
linking to libm.so.5 and libc.so.5 as it did for
RedHat 7.0.

I tried reinstalling Mathematica from scratch under the
Fedora Core 3; it made no difference.

Have any of you had difficulties with running Mathematica under
Fedora? If so, were there any workarounds?

Many thanks.




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