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Topic: running matlab in background (unix)
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El alchemista

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running matlab in background (unix)
Posted: Sep 17, 1996 5:14 PM
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Hi all. This may be a trivial question but I have not been able to
figure out how to run matlab in the background under unix.
I have setup a startup.m file and the last command in it is quit.
It runs fine interactively but as soon as I put the
process in the background matlab expects some input from the screen
(tty suspended).

Does anyone have ideas on how to fix this?

thanks a bunch

Jaime Combariza
jaimeco@arizona.edu







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