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Mathematica, MacOS-X, Command-line

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  • Subject: [mg85345] Mathematica, MacOS-X, Command-line
  • From: Jean Guillaume Pyraksos <wissme at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008 04:39:50 -0500 (EST)

I am trying to use Mathematica v5.2 on the command-line, and I get an error
message i don't understand :

$ /Applications/Mathematica\ 5.2.app/Contents/MacOS/MathKernel
Mathematica 5.2 for Mac OS X x86 (32-bit)
Copyright 1988-2006 Wolfram Research, Inc.
Get::noopen: -- Message text not found -- (
    /SystemFiles/CharacterEncodings/UTF-8.m)
Get::noopen: -- Message text not found -- (
    /SystemFiles/CharacterEncodings/MacintoshRoman.m)
Get::noopen: -- Message text not found -- (
    /SystemFiles/CharacterEncodings/UTF-8.m)
General::stop: -- Message text not found -- (Get::noopen)
In[1]:= 10!
Out[1]= 3628800   <<<<<<and it works from here>>>>>>>>

Where do these errors come from ? 

Am I obliged to have a sysinit.m file and where should i put it ?

Thanks a lot, i would like to make a Lisp program ask Mathematica
to do the hard job, and parse the FullForm result in Lisp. Am i on the
right way ?

Thanks to all,

   -JG


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