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accessing a kernel on a network

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  • Subject: [mg74003] accessing a kernel on a network
  • From: ikantian at yahoo.com
  • Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 04:53:24 -0500 (EST)

I am using Mathematica 5. I would like to access a kernel through my
network on a local open Mathematica notebook on my machine.

That is, I have an active kernel running on a machine (or server), on
which I assign the variable "a=5". Can I then have an open Mathematica
notebook on my local machine (which is also on the network), in which
that notebook's kernel is the same active kernel already running on
the other machine? Therefore, "a" on my local machine would return
"5".

I'm guessing this is done through "Kernel Properties", but it is not
clear to me that this is what is intended.

Please post any help with this. Thx.



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