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Mathematica is freely available to all University-owned machines. On our UMIACS-supported Linux hosts, Mathematica is already available in the following locations:
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Mathematica is freely available to all University-owned machines.  
  
*<b>RHEL5:</b> /opt/stow/mathematica10/bin/mathematica
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On our UMIACS-supported Linux hosts, Mathematica can be accessed through our [[Modules]].
*<b>RHEL6/RHEL7/Ubuntu:</b> /opt/common/mathematica10/bin/mathematica
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*The command <code>module add mathematica</code> will add the default version of Mathematica to your Environment.
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*To see the versions of Mathematica that are available use the command <code>module avail mathematica</code>.
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*To add a specific version of Mathematica to your Environment (i.e. Mathematica 12.0) use the command <code>module add mathematica/12.0</code>
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*Further information can be found on our [[Modules | Modules page]].
  
 
For UMIACS-supported Windows machines, or other self-supported University-owned equipment, please contact [[HelpDesk | staff]].
 
For UMIACS-supported Windows machines, or other self-supported University-owned equipment, please contact [[HelpDesk | staff]].

Latest revision as of 19:48, 26 July 2019

Mathematica is freely available to all University-owned machines.

On our UMIACS-supported Linux hosts, Mathematica can be accessed through our Modules.

  • The command module add mathematica will add the default version of Mathematica to your Environment.
  • To see the versions of Mathematica that are available use the command module avail mathematica.
  • To add a specific version of Mathematica to your Environment (i.e. Mathematica 12.0) use the command module add mathematica/12.0
  • Further information can be found on our Modules page.

For UMIACS-supported Windows machines, or other self-supported University-owned equipment, please contact staff.

Activation

There is no automated way to activate Mathematica across our domain. As a result, each computer will have to be registered once against our hosted license server. Any user can go through this process, and it should persist until the host is reinstalled.

  • Upon being prompted, click "Other ways to activate" in the bottom row:
    Mathematica 10 Activation Screen 1

  • Click "Connect to a network license server":
    Mathematica 10 Activation Screen 2

  • Enter "licserv.umiacs.umd.edu" as the license server. Click "Activate":
    Mathematica 10 Activation Screen 3

  • Accept the terms, and click ok:
    Mathematica 10 Activation Screen 4
  • Mathematica should now be activated for that machine.