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address@hidden: [Axiom-developer] [FrontPage] axiom on Knoppix and graph

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Subject: address@hidden: [Axiom-developer] [FrontPage] axiom on Knoppix and graphical facility]
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 09:58:12 -0500

Who Are You?

There is no identifying information in this post so I cannot help you

I suspect the problem is that the axiom interface module is calling
AXIOMsys (the actual axiom interpreter) rather than the axiom shell
script. The axiom shell script starts the sman (superman) process
which starts AXIOMsys, the hyperdoc browser, and the graphics
connection. If you call AXIOMsys directly then graphics will not work.

Please open a command terminal, set your AXIOM variable and PATH
variable, and type axiom. Then retry the draw command. Please let me
know if this succeeds or fails and send a message to the
address@hidden mailing list.

Tim Daly

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> From: address@hidden (??)
> To: address@hidden
> Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2005 03:42:26 -0600
> Subject: [Axiom-developer] [FrontPage] axiom on Knoppix and graphical
>       facility
> I had installed axiom (3.0 beta, Feb, 2005) on Knoppix Linux with
> TeXmacs and other plugin software. But the "draw()" seems not to work,
> for instance as insput the following within TeXmacs:
> - ->draw(sin(x),x=0..1)
>    Compiling function %D with type DoubleFloat -> DoubleFloat
>    Graph data being transmitted to the viewport manager...
>    AXIOM2D data being transmitted to the viewport manager...
>    (1)  TwoDimensionalViewport: "sin x"
>                                                  Type: TwoDimensionalViewport
> But no picture was created. Does draw() still not work in this verion?
> Anyway, Axiom is excellent CAS and I will introduce this in my
> calculus class.  Thanks!
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