Re: nohup Mathematica

*To*: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu*Subject*: Re: nohup Mathematica*From*: "Paul N. Schatz" <pns at fermi.clas.virginia.edu>*Date*: Thu, 3 Dec 92 22:13:07 -0500

On Nov 25, 16:22, Daniel Rios wrote: > Subject: nohup Mathematica > Help! > > I would like to run a Mathematica program during the > holidays. I want to make sure it is running before I logout, > which is why I use "nohup" (unix system). But I also want to keep > it running after I logout. I can't seem to get it working. > > I thought something like at the command line but when I try it, mma quits > my proccess does not continue running: > > /usr/5bin/nohup math<my_mma_script>outputofmma & > > > Does anyone have any ideas. (I use Sun Platform) > > -- End of excerpt from Daniel Rios <daniel at kronecker.baruch.cuny.edu> Mathematica 2.0 for IBM RISC System 6000 Copyright 1988-91 Wolfram Research, Inc. Using the above system, the following works: nohup math <command file & One can then log out, and all of the output will subsequently be stored in the file, nohup.out. If one instead simply gives the command: math <command file the results will appear on the terminal screen as they are produced. Paul Schatz