Question: Discrete math by Rosen loading rosenlib

I'm taking Discrete Math and we are supposed to use Maple to submit assignments. It did not seem to work for many examples given on McGraw Hill's online learning center. My first concern is how to load the rosenlib given at -------------------- The Maple Supplement This book is a supplement to Ken Rosens's text Discrete Mathematics and its Applications, Fifth edition. It's entire focus is on the computational aspects of the subject. To make use of the code found in this supplement you need to make use of a special library that has been developed to supplement Maple for this book. To make use of this code Download the zip file containing the supplemental library by clicking this library link Unzip the library in an appropriate location on your machine. This will create a subdirectory under the current directory with the name rosenlib Add the rosenlib directory at the beginning of Maple's libname variable as in libname := "c:/rosenlib", libname: by placing this command in your maple.ini file, or somewhere near the top of your Maple worksheet. Whenever you wish to use the code, load it first by executing the Maple command: with(Rosen); This will show you a list of the commands that are defined. ---------------------------------- I could not get this to work. I'm using Maple 10.04 Build ID 233114 I did not find a maple.ini file (except within the zip file). Can anyone get this to load, or at least tell me why it isn't working? Thanks, Dave When I ran the following I got errors. libname := "c:/rosenlib", libname: with(Rosen) Here is the file Download
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