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You also have the option of starting CASA without the logger, for example if you are running remotely in a terminal window without an X11 connection, or if you just do not want to see the logger GUI. In this case use the <tt>--nologger</tt> option:
 
You also have the option of starting CASA without the logger, for example if you are running remotely in a terminal window without an X11 connection, or if you just do not want to see the logger GUI. In this case use the <tt>--nologger</tt> option:
 
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Hints, Tips, and Tricks

You also have the option of starting CASA without the logger, for example if you are running remotely in a terminal window without an X11 connection, or if you just do not want to see the logger GUI. In this case use the --nologger option:

casapy --nologger

The logger messages will still go into the 'casapy.log' file. If you want to see these at your terminal, use the --log2term option also:

casapy --nologger --log2term

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