Re: Re: Re: Hardware question
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- From: Renan <renan.birck at gmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 05:16:20 -0400 (EDT)
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On 9/14/05, Geir Sivertsen <blackscholes at mac.com> wrote:
> I warmly recommend Mathematica with the 64-bit G5 processor from IBM
> on the OSX platform. This processor performs excellent compared to
> any other processor. The dual G5 power Mac also supports 8 GB memory.
> Not only is the performance highly competitive, the OSX is based on a
> UNIX-like BSD-kernel, and the whole package is by far more stable and
> reliable than the Windows OS. The Linux platform is as reliable and I
> like it a lot, but I find the smooth user interface of the OSX to be
> superior, and I am not really sure whether 8 GB is supported on Linux?
Yes, Linux can use 8GB RAM.
The only problem is the user interface, but I think you could run a
remote Mathematica kernel on a Linux server and use the front-end on
the Mac as a "terminal".
I never tried this, however. (someday I will try this with a
Mathematica kernel running in an OS installed within VMware).
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