If I try to start a Mathematica script in the background from the command line, like this: math -script someFile.m & then the process gets automatically ...
If I enter MathKernel -noprompt -run 'ToExpression["1", TeXForm]; Exit' the kernel hangs, apparently while running TeX.exe ...
I have access to a node of a Linux cluster, on which Mathematica is installed. However, I do not have access to a Linux GUI. Typically I write and test Mathematica scripts on my Windows personal ...
I have mathematica with many additional kernels besides Local ( e.g., core1, core2, core3, core4 ... ) added through Kernel Configuration Options. I have been running multiple copies of a simulation ...