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Re: Remote Kernel


Hi Guy

> are there any public powerful computers which I can use for 
> intense calculations?
> and if not, is there a way to run a kernel on a different 
> computer and to use it remotely? if so, how?

A. Probably, but I don't know of any.

B. Mathematica works by passing most commands to & from the Front End and the
Kernel, even on the same computer.  Look at the documentation in section
2.13.10 Special Topic: Running Programs on Remote Computers for more
details.

Regards,

Dave.


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