- for Windows NT/2000/98/95 nethmath.exe is the actual program to run. It is just under a Megabyte.
- Under Linux,Unix etc if you have wish installed, you may just
and then copy it to somewhere in your path for eg. /usr/local/bin/netmath .
If your wish is called wish8.xx or some such name, then you will need
to either make a link to the name wish, or edit the third line of the file netmath.tcl,
indicating the actual name of your 'wish' shell.
Note when ftp downloading using netscape, under some operating systems,
it may be necessary to hold the Shift key down while clicking on
the item you wish to download. Otherwise it may try to insert it
directly in the browser, or run it or some such thing, and not give you
the choice of saving it to a file. If you dont have wish then
go to Scriptics for the latest version.
- First download wish macintosh ppc, or 68k. After Stuff It has decompressed the image, you will see the tcl/tk
installer. Click on that to install wish.
The above versions of tcl/tk may not be the latest, but at least
have been verified to work with netmath. If you want the latest go to Scriptics for the latest version.
- For the macintosh, once you have installed wish, download
the file netmath.tcl.
Now click on the "Drag and Drop" utility in the tcl/tk folder, and
under the file menu tell it to use as "wish stub" the wish8.0 that is
in the same tcl/tk folder. Now drag and drop knows what to use to
invoke the netmath, so you can drag the netmath.tcl file over
the "Drag and Drop" utility, and it will make you an icon for subsequent
invoking netmath. Finally click on this new icon, and netmath should