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Re: Remote kernel with ssh

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  • Subject: [mg23191] Re: Remote kernel with ssh
  • From: Shane Frasier <jsf9k at>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 01:12:01 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: University of Virginia
  • References: <8dnvac$> <8doml3$>
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I have a version of ssh that supports the -L and -R command line options, so
shouldn't I be able to automate the connection process?

Shane Frasier
jsf9k at

P.J. Hinton wrote in message <8doml3$jp9 at>...
>In article <8dnvac$ht9 at>,
> Shane Frasier <jsf9k at> writes:
>>     I am running mathematica on a Win95 system, and I would like to be
>> to access the kernel on a local linux machine while using the front end
>> my computer. Unfortunately the linux machine only accepts ssh, and I
>> seem to get it to work. I have changed the "Shell command to launch
>> to
>> c:\ssh\ssh.exe  -q  -l username hostname 'math -mathlink -LinkMode
>> Connect -LinkName
>> but nothing happens. It doesn't even prompt me for a password. I have
>> checked that ssh works from the command line.
>>     Does anyone know how to get this to work?
>See this previously posted article for some helpful hints:
>P.J. Hinton
>Mathematica Programming Group           paulh at
>Wolfram Research, Inc.
>Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.

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