- Internet Explorer 6 on Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
- Mozilla 1.7 on a Sun running Solaris 10 and Sun Java Desktop.
- hp iPAQ 4150 PDA running Internet Explorer on Microsoft Windows CE 4.2.
The computer with the Mathematica kernel has more stringent requirements, which include:
- A UNIX or UNIX-like operating system. It is currently not possible to use Windows, but it should be easy to change WITM so it does work with windows. The call to the external program 'rm' (which deletes files on Unix) needs to be replaced by del (which deletes files on Windows) and an implementation of 'sed' for Windows would need to be installed. I have not checked this myself.
- A web server. Apache has been tested, but others should work too. If you require secure connections, SSL libraries will need to be installed. The web server must be configured to serve PHP pages. It is highly advisable that it is also configured to password protect the directory where WITM in installed.
- A copy of Mathematica and the license.
- The permissions to install applications on the web server