Re: Re: Can't connect to remote kernel on Mac OS 10.6
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- Subject: [mg105107] Re: [mg105090] Re: Can't connect to remote kernel on Mac OS 10.6
- From: Nate Dudenhoeffer <ndudenhoeffer at gmail.com>
- Date: Sat, 21 Nov 2009 03:33:47 -0500 (EST)
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Thanks for the response Mike. I know that the handling of SSH is much more
restrictive in Snow Leopard. I have used a port monitor (linksnitch) to
monitor ports on one of my remote PPC machines, and it appears that I am
only using port 22 (standard SSH). Also I can launch to kernel remotely in
terminal, but can't create a link in mathematica. Which leads me to believe
that the problem is with Java. If you do get a solution with Wolfram,
please keep me informed.
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 5:41 AM, Mike <burns at rowland.harvard.edu> wrote:
> On Nov 19, 5:23 am, Nate Dudenhoeffer <dudenhoef... at wisc.edu> wrote:
> > I am running Mathematica 7.0, on Mac OS 10.5, running on a PPC processor.
> > have no problem linking to kernels on other Macs similar to mine. I
> > connect to a remote kernel on a 64bit Intel Mac running Mac OS 10.6 (Snow
> > Leopard). I can access the kernel in terminal with ssh
> > nate@IPAddress/Applications/Mathematica.app/Contents/MacOS/MathKernel.
> > But I cannot create a link from within Mathematica. I have tried a lot
> > of suggestions from various websites.
> > Nate
> I reported this problem over a month ago to Wolfram (on a Premier
> subscription account) and have not heard anything about what the
> problem is or what the fix is. As far as I have been able to track it
> down, it is a change in how Java and/or ssh behave under Snow Leopard.
> I've found no solution either.
> Mike Burns
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