Hi Lynx,

> Today, I created a separate "user command" within TeXstudio, and it
> points to "/usr/local/ConTeXt_Standalone/context-linux-64/bin/mtxrun" 
> This command generates the same log output as the example at
> https://gitlab.com/islandoftex/images/texlive/-/issues/30.

This is probably not the same issue, since the path "context-linux-
64/bin/mtxrun" suggests that that isn't a symlink. (Well, it is a
symlink mtxrun => ./luametatex, but that email is about multi-level
symlinks like /usr/bin/context => /usr/local/texlive/2023/bin/x86_64-
linux/context => ./luametatex)

To compile a document, you almost certainly want to use "context"
instead of "mtxrun". So try changing the user command to

If that doesn't fix anything, run

   $ /usr/local/ConTeXt_Standalone/context-linux-64/bin/mtxrun --generate
   $ /usr/local/ConTeXt_Standalone/context-linux-64/bin/context --make
and try again.

If it still doesn't work, then what do you get when you run

   $ /usr/local/ConTeXt_Standalone/context-linux-64/bin/context --nofile

-- Max

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