raspberry wolfram lic

por | 12 diciembre, 2015

To add a user that can run the Wolfram Language:

pi@test-pi ~ $ sudo adduser pi2
Adding user pi2' ...
Adding new grouppi2' (1004) ...
Adding new user pi2' (1001) with grouppi2' ...
Creating home directory /home/pi2' ...
Copying files from/etc/skel' ...


Add it to the ‘video’ group (required as part of a number of checks that the Wolfram Language is running on a Raspberry Pi):


pi@test-pi ~ $ sudo usermod -a -G video pi2


Switch to ‘pi2’ account, and run the wolfram engine:

pi@test-pi ~ $ su - pi2
pi2@test-pi ~ $ wolfram
Wolfram Language (Raspberry Pi Pilot Release)
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Information & help: wolfram.com/raspi