Get the L
X demo file, create a
and a PostScript file. Control the result with
, before sending it to a (black and white) printer.
Use the following path:
The dvi previewer for Windows is called
Repeat the last step, this time using the Windows program
The texshell needs some initial files, which are copied to your home directory with the command
. Create a link to the texshell
) on your desktop.
Translate the demo with
. Create a directory which contains all files that should be uploaded to a web server, and control the result with your browser.
Write a L
X file that creates the page for the
third Maple example
(``Indefinite and Definite Integrals'') and translate it to HTML.
Start with a file reproducing only the text and the formulas. Including the graphics and fine tuning of the appearance can be done afterwards.
Peter Junglas 15.5.2000