Re: Local Files with Remote Kernel
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- Subject: [mg1783] Re: [mg1752] Local Files with Remote Kernel
- From: Ross Moore <ross at zeus.mpce.mq.edu.au>
- Date: Sun, 30 Jul 1995 21:36:17 -0400
Joe Wade Pulley asked:
> How do you have access to your local files when you use a remote
> kernel set up from the Kernels and Tasks menu in the front end. When
> I do this it shows me the files on the remote machine, not the local
One way, obviously, is to open the files in the local Front End.
Of course this is not easily automated.
Another way, if both systems are unix, is to have the local file-system
remotely mounted on the machine running the kernel. Then use the
SetDirectory command to set the working directory to where your
files are located.
Doubtless there is a MathLink solution also.
Perhaps there should be a MathLink `mini-Front-End' whose job
is simply to provide a file-browser and input/output facility.
Ross Moore Internet: ross at mpce.mq.edu.au
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