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running a remote kernel under NT 4.0?
Hi all, can someone tell me if the following scenario is possible and/or how to get it implemented: We have a superfast 200 MHz double PentiumPro machine with 64 MB of memory running under Windows NT 4.0. What we want to do, is to install MMA 3.0 on this machine and access the kernel from frontends on several other Windows 95 workstations. This works perfectly if the remote kernel runs on a UNIX box, but does it work too with the remote kernel running under Windows NT 4.0? I tried to implement this scenario with the trial version of MMA 3.0, but couldn't get it to work. Replacing the Windows NT machine with a NEXTSTEP machine running the trial version worked instantly! Any hints are welcome. Thanks in advance, Bernhard Hahn --- Software Developer / System Administrator Research Institute for Knowledge Systems BV Tongersestraat 6, P.O. Box 463 6200 AL Maastricht / The Netherlands Email: bmhahn at riks.nl (MIME compatible) Fax: +31-(0)43-3253155 (office) Tel.: +31-(0)43-3883239 (office) +31-(0)43-3472345 (home)