Running Mathematica in Kernel mode (UNIX)
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- Subject: [mg39954] Running Mathematica in Kernel mode (UNIX)
- From: algusev at hotmail.com (Alexander Gusev)
- Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 03:01:38 -0500 (EST)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
I have to evaluate my notebook with crontab (Solaris).
I have my.m script for this which contains:
lnk = LinkLaunch["/opt/Mathematica/4.2/bin/Mathematica -mathlink"]
$FrontEnd = FrontEndObject[lnk]
$Notebooks = True
This script works fine with Windows
math.exe < my.m
It opens math, evaluate notebook and closing math w/o problem.
So, how i can do this with unix ?
Since my .m file contains NotebookOpen function call it requires Xterm
for launching my script. But i need evaluate it with my crontab...
Is it possible to do this ?
I've tried to do this with vncserver (redirect DISPLAY to VNC) but w/o
;( Seems Math open some message boxes which i have to click...
May be i should create init.m file with instruction 'no warning' ?
I'm a new one with Math and don't know how i can do this.
So, could anyone give me a solution or advice for my task ?
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