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Re: The Requested Evaluator ...

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  • Subject: [mg77026] Re: The Requested Evaluator ...
  • From: "alexxx.magni at" <alexxx.magni at>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 02:38:06 -0400 (EDT)

You were right,
I created a second kernel entry to be able to open the 5.2 OR the 6.0
Now I got rid of the 5.2 entry and everything seems normal


On 31 Mag, 09:50, Szabolcs <szhor... at> wrote:
> at wrote:
> > Sometimes, it happens that I receive a popup saying (under the title
> > "Why the beep?"):
> > "The requested evaluator is not currently defined"
> > I've been unable until now to understand its origin, and the Messages
> > window remains empty.
> > I don't think it's me programming in a weird way, since, e.g., I get
> > it twice with the conference notebook at
> > : once at the opening of the file, and a second time after it
> > redisplays the notebook. After that, everything is normal.
> > any help will be deeply appreciated...
> > P.S. v.6.0 under Linux
> >Alessandro Magni
> Make sure you set the Default kernel and the Notebooks kernel (in
> Evaluation menu) to "Local".
> I get this message when the notebook's kernel is not defined in Kernel
> Configuration Options.  The notebook you have trouble with might have a
> default kernel name different from "Local".
> For example, create a new kernel setting in the kernel config. options
> dialog, name it "abc", set the notebook's kernel to "abc", save the
> notebook, delete "abc", reopen the notebook, evaluate something, and
> you'll get the same error message.
> Szabolcs

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