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Topic: M8 parallel to M9 installation
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Andrzej Kozlowski

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Re: M8 parallel to M9 installation
Posted: Dec 3, 2012 4:03 AM
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There is no need for any such option.

I have Mathematica 6,7,8 and now 9 installed on the same MacBook Pro.
They all work without any problems at all. The only thing that I do is
renaming - all the versions before the latest I rename to "Mathematica
version number" (e.g Mathematica 6) and the latest version is just
called Mathematica. That's all you need to do, at least under Mac OS X
(I am sure the same must be true on other platforms).

Andrzej Kozlowski

On 2 Dec 2012, at 10:58, Reinhard Simonovits
<> wrote:

> Hi,
> soon I will receive a M9 copy on my Window laptop.
> A lot of code is running on M8. So I don't want to have M8 uninstalled
> when M9 is being installed.
> I would like to have both on my machine, M8 and M9.
> Do you know if there is an option on the M9 installer menue to have M8
> untouched?
> If not is there a work around?
> Liebe Gr=FC=DFe, Best wishes, Reinhard
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