I was wondering, you know of any problems with the download site for
I got Virtual Box and Fedora 17 working on my desktop, my laptop did not
have enough RAM to run it, and I got ProofPower and ML downloaded no
problems, but seems you get a blank page when getting OpenMotif 2.3.3. I
contacted there list but have not heard back all week.
On Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 4:51 AM, Rob Arthan <r...@lemma-one.com> wrote:
> On 21 Jul 2012, at 17:56, Jon Lockhart wrote:
> > Dear Rob,
> > Thank you for returning my email and the advice you have given.
> > After getting more into the installation I realized that Motiff was not
> available for Cygwin and I was going to have no interface to work with. I
> thought maybe there was some terminal commands I could use to run
> ProofPower, but there as well there was no dice.
> You can run it from a terminal and you can set a flag so that the output
> is all in ASCII, but the ASCII format was mainly designed for interchange
> and I wouldn't recommend it for interactive use.
> > I have moved on to looking at installing a VM. I am familiar and have
> used VM's plenty over my albeit short career, but I have never personally
> installed one. I was actually looking at Virtual Box, and was a little
> concerned b/c just like you I am using an XP laptop for my work since I
> travel to and from the lab and my apartment. I am glad to see I can get
> away with just using 10 to 15 GB. Since this is a much older laptop, do you
> think I will have an issue with only have 1 GB of RAM. If so I can use my
> desktop since I have plenty of performance there.
> > Rather than Ubuntu, do you think a Fedora distro would be sufficient for
> the task?
> Fedora and 1GB of RAM should work fine.
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