Maple17: Installation Instructions (Linux)


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General Information

Maple combines the power of an advanced mathematical computation program with a user-friendly and interactive interface. Maplesoft can be used to create interactive applications  with a technical and advanced base. Maplesoft is the only technical computing system that allows the user to take advantage of multithreading within other programs.

To learn about this software visit the Maple Overview article.


To Install on Linux [32-bit] Single User

1. Run Maple 2017 (Linux) located on the Maple 17 DVD or download from TigerWare. Follow standard linux installation procedures by mounting and installing the file via the linux terminal.

The Maple 17 Introduction window


2. A set of on-screen instructions should appear. Follow these instructions until you reach the Choose the Type of Licensing screen.

3. On the Choose the Type of Licensing screen, select Single User License and click Next.

The Maple 17 Single User License window


4. When prompted, enter the purchase code and any other information required.

5. Maple 17 should now be installed on your desktop.
 

Referenced from: Maplesoft.com

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