OT mathtrax, gnuplot octave etc?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu Feb 8 18:02:34 UTC 2018
Thanks, I will do so.
On Wed, 7 Feb 2018, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> I downloaded the windows 32 bit version and installed it under wine.
> This went fine.
> So it basicly expands to a java application, 2 jar files, urls and an
> own java runtime environment.
> I started what seems to be the main app in a linux console by invoking
> java -jar MathTrax.jar
> in directory
> "~/.wine/drive_c/Programme (x86)/MathTrax"
> and it comes up.
> May be you like to play around with it.
> Am 07.02.2018 um 18:55 schrieb Linux for blind general discussion:
>> Hi Gunter,
>> Yes, the first one.
>> It gave me a 404
>> when going in deeper.
>> Eventually, I got a git repository where I got some of the code,
>> clearly taking the NASA code and working on it some more.
>> It seem to lack basic compile/user instructions.
>> All of the effort seem to have stopped somewhere in 2014.
>> This is a Benetech initiative it seems.
>> Thanks for the response.
>> Regards, Willem
>> On Wed, 7 Feb 2018, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>> Hi Willem,
>>> is this the web site you were looking for?:
>>> Hope that helps,
>>> Am 06.02.2018 um 20:44 schrieb Linux for blind general discussion:
>>>> Good day,
>>>> This is Willem van der Walt here.
>>>> This is some what off topic, but I hope there might be some people
>>>> knowledgable in these things that can help with this.
>>>> I am taking our linux-based SA-Note to a school for the blind likely
>>>> next week.
>>>> I wanted to see if there is a mathtrax program that runs under linux,
>>>> but could not find anything current.
>>>> The NASA links I had saved before seem broken and so does the ones I
>>>> find on google.
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