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Get the command line version of Maple
Authored by: mmnw on Jun 16, '10 10:38:52AM
So, now that we are at mathematics packages. To get the command line version of Matlab, you'll find it at:
/Applications/MATLAB_R2010a.app/bin
(This is for the latest release, older Releases will have to change the Release number). The matlab binary will by default start the gui version (as long as it can find the X server). To get the command line version you'll have to type:
/Applications/MATLAB_R2010a.app/bin/matlab -nodisplay
Alternatively you can use the -nojvm option which will shut down all Java. See matlab -h for more options.

BTW: thanx for the wonderful ASCII graphic.



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