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Re: octave in bg ????
From: |
Daniel Heiserer |
Subject: |
Re: octave in bg ???? |
Date: |
Mon, 13 Nov 2000 10:36:15 +0100 |
address@hidden schrieb:
>
> address@hidden schrieb:
> >
> > Daniel Heiserer skryf:
> >
> > > whenever I try to run octve in the background, octave starts sleeping
> > > and
> > > does not continue:
> > > --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > > shell> octave -q test_run_1.m &
> > > [1] 491322
> > > [1] + Suspended (tty output) octave -q test_run_1.m
> > > shell> ps
> > > PID TTY TIME CMD
> > > 479611 ttyq17 0:00 octave-2.
> > > 492557 ttyq17 0:00 ps
> > > 477309 ttyq17 0:02 tcsh
> > >
> > > shell> uname -a
> > > IRIX64 caek56 6.5 04191226 IP28
> > > shell> octave --version
> > > GNU Octave, version 2.0.14 (mips-sgi-irix6.4)
> > > --------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >
> > test_run_1.m doesn't do anything untoward, such as using the 'prompt'
> > function, I presume?
>
> ? of course not! it is just a 3 line script load/norm/save
>
> > It should continue if you type 'fg', which puts it in foreground again.
>
> Sure it continues, if I put it in FG again, but that does not help me if
> I
> have to run it in the bg.
>
> > (Although I seem to lose the keyboard echo, i.e. I can't see what I type
> > but Octave does read it and react to it.)
> >
> > Octave in background, given a script input file as above, works
> > in 2.0.16 and in 2.1.30 under Red Hat Linux on a Pentium. By now,
> > 2.1.30 is pretty stable -- why not upgrade?
>
> I work on IRIX64 and octave does not always compile without problems
> on this platform.
> I have 2.0.14, 2.0.16 does not compile wihtout errors so does 2.1.31
> which I have also.
ok I fixed 2.1.31 so it compiled on IRIX.
But I still have the same problem that octave suspends, once
I push it into the "bg". Maybe on linux-ia32 it is different, but what
is the reason for that?
Can anybody help me here?
thanks daniel
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