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Maple 17 Ubuntu PATCHED Crack

While it is true that software cracking is inappropriate and even illegal, almost everyone around me uses cracked softwares(such as PS, AE...). As far as I know, nobody in the rest of our class refuse to crack and install the software.

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There are not the only options you have. There is a third one, which is using Mathematica (or the Wolfram Language) legally for free. Although I am a very happy SageMath user, I've been curious to find out what the options for Mathematica are. In the past it was impossible: you either paid for Mathematica or illegally cracked it, but nowadays there are more ways.

This issue isn't something that you're likely to solve yourself. Instead, you're most likely going to spend large amount of time and energy on nothing and produce no results. The fact that your teacher just expects you to get cracked Mathematica is a proof enough that it's something completely normal and accepted by your society. Now, I'm not going to preach to you about your own personal ethics or if you should feel bad about the situation or not. Others have given more than enough options.

One thing you should absolutely avoid doing is cracking the software yourself. That opens you personally to a whole lot of legal issues (IANAL, but this is kind of obvious). If your computer is really yours, it should be possible to complete the course without one. Not as convenient, of course (e.g. you may have to stay after classes to use the classroom PCs), but still.

If your computer is a machine you were given by the institution to be used during the course, it should be provided with the software you need. Go to the IT department, tell them you are required to have Mathematica 11 for your course and ask them to install it. When confronted with the need of cracking the software themselves, IT guys may end up finding a license for you. At the very least, if they crack the software for you, you can still consider yourself a bona fide user in case your institution gets busted.

While most countries have now accepted universal human rights, cracked software is by no means an accepted universal law violation. And while I cannot claim innocent when visiting another country by pointing out that it is not illegal in my home country, just as little firms from abroad can claim a violation if the country in question does not accept copyright violation.

I would not recommend using cracked Mathematica versions at the university. Cracking/ pirating software is illegal and that should be reason enough not to do that. Your professor should not encourage that.

Extensive use of cracked Mathematica versions is pretty common among students and even in some work groups and I know of a case at a university that Wolfram reached out to a department demanding that they stop using cracked Mathematica versions. This is the best case scenario when getting caught but if the guys at Wolfram are not in a so generous mood things like that can get very expensive.

EDIT:To clarify this answer a bit regarding the comments on it: @Ian_Fin gave a suggestion on how to improve the situation that can be one way to approach it. But even if one brings it to the attention of the department it might not improve at all or not very soon. I personally think it is unlikely that the department does not know about this issue and if they have not done something about it once they introduced that course I personally do not think they will do something now. The last sentence is my intuition to that case and might be completely wrong. I am just saying: Wolfram has means to detect this and if a big group uses a crack from one location (maybe even the same serial/registration) it becomes easier for them to detect and it is a bigger issue to them than one single instance.

Apparently installing a cracked version of Mathematica 11.0 is part of the assignment here, so if you object to that on ethical grounds, you would need to quit your study at your present University and try to enroll in another University where they don't do this sort of a thing. While you could try to stay at your university over your ethical objections by sidestepping this particular issue by buying the license, you would likely face another such problem in the future. E.g. the next assignment may well be to crack the Maple license and a few weeks after that you may be asked to install Matlab.

Surely step 1 is unethical, and probably immoral, but it is still your choice whether you want to use the crack, or whether you decide to get the student license (which is in fact not unreasonably priced from my perspective).

And the maple mini is set to DFU under Microchip tools and not with COM ports that requires me to disable this driver and unplug/plug the board to get it in COM ports. And when I unplug/plug the board, the board get the DFU category again !

I want to know what is the reason that the maple mini and the esp8266 couldn't connect to the usb port ? even if the COM port is 3.2 gen 1 which means that it's pretty fast, but communication done from Arduino IDE would be according to the baud rate of the board, 9600 or 115200. I don't know what is the exact problem !

And to eliminate the doubts that it could be windows drivers, I installed ubuntu and tried to rely on their drivers. Couldn't do much as I'm not a linux expert, otherwise I could hack/track some usb protocol stuff to solve my problem.

When I went back to windows, things got better. When I connect my maple mini, it doesn't get the DFU dirver under Microchip category like before installing Ubuntu. Now the maple mini is at COM7 all the time which is a pretty nice thing. But I can't upload a sketch.

Maple mini: I fried the board because it was stuck in the DFU mode, I did a method by Carl Roger which is to unplug the maple mini then press upload sketch on Arduino IDE then plug the maple mini before uploading finishes, it worked but later I tried to get change the USB drivers and I heard a crack and smell burnt. But I have couple more ones.

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