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* I load Mathematica env vars:
* I load Mathematica env vars:
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   module load Mathematica-9.0.1
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   module load mathematica
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Check out the instructions for that module:
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<pre>
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$ module help mathematica
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------------------------------- Module Specific Help for "mathematica/9.0" --------------------------------
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This is Mathematica v9.0
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call math for CLI
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call mcc for the compiler
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call Mathematica for the GUI
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</pre>
* I check which mathematica that points me to:
* I check which mathematica that points me to:
   which mathematica
   which mathematica
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   mathematica
   mathematica
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Or you can run 'math' for the CLI.
If you get a licensing error, check if you have a file ~/.Mathematica/Licensing, if you have a 'mathpass' file there, delete it.
If you get a licensing error, check if you have a file ~/.Mathematica/Licensing, if you have a 'mathpass' file there, delete it.
We've had a report of Mathematica crashing on startup, and moving aside (or deleting) the .Mathematica directory in your homedir also resolved that.
We've had a report of Mathematica crashing on startup, and moving aside (or deleting) the .Mathematica directory in your homedir also resolved that.

Latest revision as of 10:55, 11 June 2014

Using Mathematica on Farmshare:

  • I ssh with X11 forwarding:
 ssh -X chekh@corn.stanford.edu
  • I load Mathematica env vars:
 module load mathematica

Check out the instructions for that module:

$ module help mathematica


------------------------------- Module Specific Help for "mathematica/9.0" --------------------------------
This is Mathematica v9.0

call math for CLI
call mcc for the compiler
call Mathematica for the GUI
  • I check which mathematica that points me to:
 which mathematica
  • I run mathematica GUI:
 mathematica

Or you can run 'math' for the CLI.

If you get a licensing error, check if you have a file ~/.Mathematica/Licensing, if you have a 'mathpass' file there, delete it.

We've had a report of Mathematica crashing on startup, and moving aside (or deleting) the .Mathematica directory in your homedir also resolved that.

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