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Mathcad is a commercial visual mathematics editor that can execute formulae. Because it is what-you-see-is-what-you-get, it makes for a useful documentation tool. I have searched for equivalents in the free software world; Octave is useful for running mathematical models, and TeX can handle the typesetting of complex formulae, but having a visual editor means that working models and their results can be printed out in a human readable form.
Today I received my new Lenovo Thinkpad T420, I will be installing Fedora 15 tomorrow and I will post everything that I find on how everything works and any recommendations. I may also be testing with other distributions (possibly Ubuntu and open SUSE). Any requests?
Laptop arrived and testing as much as I can.
First off it loads Fedora 15 x64 easily. Optimus Graphics do not auto switch and had trouble getting the drivers to take. Looks like nVidia...