Thanks for your note, Tarmo. When I "Run" instead of "Run from Terminal," nothing happens--no message, no result. I've tried reinstalling both CsoundQT and Csound, too. I might see if they can provide any insight down at the Apple Store.

Best,
John


On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 3:20 AM, Tarmo Johannes <tarmo.johannes@otsakool.edu.ee> wrote:
Hi,

I know little about OSX but >/csoundqt_run_script-ux3685.sh


> line 4: /Applications/csound6.02.0-OSX10.9-x86_64.pkg: Permission
> > denied

that there is something wrong with the csound installation.

What happens if you open terminal and run csound from command line?
Can you try to unintall csound and reinstall?

> /var/folders/9x/t3qklnr53cd3qw45fcjcf0qh0000gn/T/csoundqt_run_script-ux368
> > 5.sh ; exit

tells that you are probably using "Run in Term" in CsoundQt. What happens if
you press just "Run" Do you get any messages to the console?

greetings,
tarmo

On Sunday 23 March 2014 20:39:39 Andres Cabrera wrote:
> Hi John,
>
> [Forwarding to the CsoundQt mailing list in hope someone might have other
> ideas - please reply all to make sure John gets the replies]
>
> What a strange error. It seems you might be trying to read or write
> something that you don't have permission too. Maybe you are trying to run
> CsoundQt without having copied it to the Applications folder?
>
> Does that happen with all csd files?
>
> Cheers,
> Andrés
>
> On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 6:40 AM, John Richey <nukteros@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am trying to run CSoundQt 0.8.2 and CSound 6.02.0 on OSX 10.9.2 and
> > getting this:
> >
> > johns-mbp:~ Richey$
> > /var/folders/9x/t3qklnr53cd3qw45fcjcf0qh0000gn/T/csoundqt_run_script-ux368
> > 5.sh ; exit;
> >
> > /Applications/csound6.02.0-OSX10.9-x86_64.pkg --env:CSNOSTOP=yes
> > /Users/Richey/Documents/i22.csd
> >
> > /var/folders/9x/t3qklnr53cd3qw45fcjcf0qh0000gn/T/csoundqt_run_script-ux368
> > 5.sh: line 4: /Applications/csound6.02.0-OSX10.9-x86_64.pkg: Permission
> > denied
> >
> > Any idea how to overcome this? Your help would be greatly appreciated.
> >
> > John