Looking for Mathematica 3.0.2

Started by baakre, October 24, 2015, 02:34:38 am

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baakre

Hello NeXT community.

Anyone have a disc image of Mathematica 3.0.2 specifically?

I purchased a copy about 10 years back from Rod Blessin, but no longer seem to have the disk. I find myself needing to do a clean re-install and actually have my license info and password from Wolfram. If anyone could make an image of the disk available, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Rob Blessin Black Hole

Quote from: "baakre"Hello NeXT community.

Anyone have a disc image of Mathematica 3.0.2 specifically?

I purchased a copy about 10 years back from Rod Blessin, but no longer seem to have the disk. I find myself needing to do a clean re-install and actually have my license info and password from Wolfram. If anyone could make an image of the disk available, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!


The latest version I have is 3.0 as the 3.0.2 disk was scratched long ago ! Best Regards Rob Blessin
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justinp

November 01, 2019, 08:27:27 pm #2 Last Edit: November 02, 2019, 11:11:15 pm by justinp
Quote from: Rob Blessin Black Hole on October 24, 2015, 05:33:32 pmThe latest version I have is 3.0 as the 3.0.2 disk was scratched long ago ! Best Regards Rob Blessin

My problem is that I have v 2.0.4 disks with a valid serial number -- but the disks are unreadable. I'd like to play with Mathematica again on an emulator (Previous v2.1 Mac), but I can't locate a v2 archive anywhere. Vaguely speaking, I'm open to anything (including any version) that will get me in the nostalgic business playing with the old program again on the emulator.

dylanmcnamee

It seems that the newest Mathematica for the NeXTStep that is somewhat available is 3.0. If anyone has a 3.0.2 disc or image intact, it seems worth distributing for posterity. Especially since Wolfram's education mission includes giving away Mathematica for the Raspberry Pi, I think using it on our old machines is well-within the spirit of their license.

Rob Blessin Black Hole

Hello Dylan: You are correct sir .... I was able to get permission from them long ago but they changed the registration process and Theodore Grey retired , here is that link showing permission from them :)  http://www.blackholeinc.com/catalog/software/Software/Scientific/math.pdf
Rob Blessin President computerpowwow ebay  sales@blackholeinc.com http://www.blackholeinc.com
303-741-9998 Serving the NeXT Community  since 2/9/93