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Re: accessing a kernel on a network

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg74042] Re: accessing a kernel on a network
  • From: "Michael Weyrauch" <michael.weyrauch at gmx.de>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 03:13:02 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <esgpp0$l43$1@smc.vnet.net>

Hello,

   of course, you can attach a local notebook to a remote kernel. This
is done e.g. via the "Kernel>Kernel Configuration Options" from the local
frontend. But depending on your details there are other methods as well.

In the "Kernal Properties" you then configure your connection. This, however,
can be somewhat tricky, and depends on your local conditions, like the
type of operating system you have on the remote machine, the connectivity software,
eg. SSH or RSH, various password settings and the like. I suggest you
need to talk to a local network expert to find out the details in order to set up
the "Remote shell command". Generically it is rather difficult to help here.

Much information you find in the FAQ on the Wolfram website as well as in
this newsgroup.

Regards,
Michael Weyrauch


This is done 
<ikantian at yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:esgpp0$l43$1 at smc.vnet.net...
>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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