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Is it possible to start Mathematica kernel from UNIX command line without having the init.m loaded, but not by simply deleting or commenting out it before hand?

If this is a Mathematica script, is it possible to have the script run and by pass the initialization of running init.m?

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Possible duplicate: (1487) – Mr.Wizard Oct 14 '15 at 22:28
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According to the documentation,

To suppress the loading of kernel initialization files, use the kernel command-line option -noinit.

To specify another file to be used for kernel initialization in addition to init.m, use the kernel command-line option -initfile file, where file is the additional initialization file.

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