|Subject:||Re: GUI - start?|
|Date:||Fri, 5 Dec 2014 08:23:43 -0800|
> On Dec 4, 2014, at 9:39 PM, jkr <address@hidden> wrote:
1) Maybe try logging out and back in again. Maybe there’s a stale process which is blocking the GUI from starting.> I had this working just two days ago. I didn't try to use it yesterday.
> Today there was a Mac OS X update to Command Line Tools and another to X
> Code. Now, the gui won't start. Entering:
> /sw/bin/octave-3.8.2 --force-gui
> results in only a command line interface. The title bar says:
> I can find both octave-3.8.2 and octave-cli-3.8.2 in /sw/bin - they are not
> the same thing, and neither has changed in the last two days.
> I don't know of anything that I have changed that should have affected this
> 1. What could possibly have gone wrong?
> 2. How can I justify spending another minute on getting this balky thing to
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Also, it might be possible that you have a bad preference file—I’ve experienced issues with those on various vintages of Mac OS for about 20 years. Unfortunately, I don’t happen to know right off the top of my head where the GUI puts that. Someone else here should know.
2) That’s strictly up to you to decide.
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