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Re: kernel running programs

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  • Subject: [mg33105] Re: [mg33060] kernel running programs
  • From: WhoamI <lushstring at>
  • Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2002 06:30:28 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at


Write a ASCII file (with extesion file.m) with the
commands you want to run. Then from your prompt
execute for example the following command:

nice +16 math <file.m>& file.out&

When finished you will find the output in the file

Cesar Guerra
Fisica - PUCP
--- Fernando Rinaldi
<fernando.rinaldi at> wrote:
> I have a very simple, but for me important,
> question...
> Suppose that I wrote this easy program:
> a=20;
> b=30;
> Print[a+b]
> If I want to use the kernel: 'math' (I use Linux)
> in which way I have to pass it this
> instructions...of course I don't
> want to do it by hands (cause I want to use 'math'
> as command in my
> Linux Debian system), so in what way is possible to
> pass to math a file,
> and in what format I have to write it ?
> To say it again. How is possible to run a programm
> using directly the
> kernel??
> thank you in advance
> fernando

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