Problem: Terminal (OS X) window exits immediately on opening. & Solution.
python at rgbaz.eu
Tue Mar 17 09:44:52 CET 2009
On 16 mrt 2009, at 22:15, Lou Pecora wrote:
> In article <mailman.1980.1237237525.11746.python-list at python.org>,
> Python <python at rgbaz.eu> wrote:
>> why don't you just execute the script directly form the terminal?
>> then you will be able to read all error messages...
>> and you can delete all the files you want
>> just my 2c
> Because the shell process in the Terminal window would exit right
> it started even when I was just trying to open a new window (not even
> running a script), i.e. command-N in Terminal. So I could not run
> anything from the Terminal.
> More info: There is an Executestring in the Terminal preferences that
> is executed (I would guess as a shell command or script) when the
> starts up (which happens whenever a new window is opened). If that is
> bad in any way, the shell exists with an error message. There is no
> to run any shell in the Terminal at that point. The only option
> to be to clean up the preferences. I don't know why the preferences
> a bad command while I was running Python scripts. Maybe nothing to do
> with Python, maybe it does. Not sure.
> -- Lou Pecora
oh i think it understand i now... it has nothing to do with python,
just with some garbage left by a python script that should have been
deleted at startup of OSX
501 is the default user ID in OSX
maybe it's a bash thing?
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