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Export issue

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg76716] Export issue
  • From: Robbie <drobin at sandia.gov>
  • Date: Sat, 26 May 2007 04:34:26 -0400 (EDT)

I have a user on a PC who is running Mathematica in batch mode on a
Mac OS X system.  Everything runs fine (so far) except when he tries
to export a file and then he gets the following error:
-----------------------------
In[7]:= Export["mixht_surftemp_990905.gif",graf,"GIF", ImageResolution
-> 300]
kCGErrorRangeCheck : Window Server communications from outside of
session allowed for root and console user only
INIT_Processeses(), could not establish the default connection to the
WindowServer.kCGErrorRangeCheck : Window Server communications from
outside of session allowed for root and console user only

INIT_Processeses(), could not establish the default connection to the
WindowServer.kCGErrorRangeCheck : Window Server communications from
outside of session allowed for root and console user only

INIT_Processeses(), could not establish the default connection to the
WindowServer.kCGErrorRangeCheck : Window Server communications from
outside of session allowed for root and console user only

INIT_Processeses(), could not establish the default connection to the
WindowServer.
Export::nofe: A front end is not available; export of PNM
     requires a front end.

Out[7]= $Failed
-----------------------------
I thought he might be trying to write in a restricted directory, but
that doesn't seem to be the case.  Any other thoughts on this would be
appreciated,

Robbie



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