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Re: [TS 1684]--Re:Using a Remote Kernel over Telnet

On Thu, 11 Sep 1997 student-support at wrote:

> Can you run the kernel on the remote machine?  If not, you are 
> probably out of luck.  If so you might look at:

	Yes, I can telnet in, type "math" and get In[1]= just as I should.
Neither of the machines will serve the kernel remotely, though, as far as
I know, so Telnet is the way to get it started.
	How do I write a login script and get the whole thing up and

				Stephen Froehlich

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