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[자료] 2005-01-15 Install Maple8.0 in Suse Linux 9.2 Professional
계산과학전공   2007.07.19   6772

In order to install Maple 8.0 we need to solve LIBC2.0 version problem with which Maple 8.0 CD was distributed. In particular Maple 8.0 faces this problem when it tries to install jre. You can find jre Linux/Linux/resource in??the subdirectory of CD media, which tries to use LIBC2.0, not the current version LIB3.x. This should be updated or replaced. To solve this difficulty, I suggest the following easy steps. Step 1. Copy the whole directory of Maple 8.0 cdrom under /tmp cp -R /media/cdrom??/tmp Step 2. Replace??/tmp/cdrom/Linux/Linux/resource/jre with your current version ln -sf /usr/lib/jre /tmp??/tmp/cdrom/Linux/Linux/resource/jre Step 3. Then go to /tmp/cdrom and install Maple 8.0. That's it.! cd /tmp/cdrom ./installMapleLinuxSU Step 4: Copy the following and save it as /usr/local/bin/xmaple and chmod ugo+x /usr/local/bin/xmaple and then Run "xmaple" in your prompt. #!/bin/sh # Copyright (c) 1993-2002 by Waterloo Maple Inc. # All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication prohibited. # Permission is granted to modify this file to be appropriate # for use at the installation for which Maple was purchased. # This script runs Maple with a Motif interface. MAPLE=/opt/maple8 LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1 export MAPLE export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL ${MAPLE}/bin/maple -x $* I belive you can solve similar LIBC2.0 version problems and Maple 8.0 will also work with other linux kernels than the Suse Linux 9.2 Professional whose current verion is 2.6.8.24-5. Dongwoo Sheen http://www.nasc.snu.ac.kr/

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