Please note that if you are running Network CalculationCenter®, Network Mathematica, or gridMathematicaTM, you will need the MathLMTM MathID in order to receive a password.

Windows

After placing the MathLM CD in your computer, you will be given an option to install MathLM to the hard drive; select this option. The MathLM Setup dialog box will then appear detailing the directory in which MathLM will be installed. When you are ready, click Install. After the files have been installed, a dialog box containing the machine name and MathID will appear.

Information on how to find the MathID and machine name can also be found in the System Administrator’s Guide.

Mac OS X

The MathID and machine name will be given after you mount the MathLM CD and run the MathLMInstaller command, as follows:

./MathLMInstaller

The MathLM installer can also be started if you double-click the CD icon that will appear on the desktop. Double-click the MathLM CD icon and double-click the Macintosh directory, which contains the MathLMInstaller.bin file. Drag the MathLMInstaller.bin file to a terminal window and press ENTER.

With both methods, information on the installation process and how to get a password will appear. Your MathID and machine name will appear at the end of this prompt.

Information on how to find your MathID and machine name can also be found in the System Administrator’s Guide.

Linux/Unix
The MathID and machine name will be given after you mount the MathLM CD and run the MathLMInstaller command, as follows:

./MathLMInstaller

Information on the installation process and how to get a password will appear, your MathID and machine name will appear at the end of the paragraph.

Information on how to find your MathID and machine name can also be found in the System Administrator’s Guide.