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Re: Workbench 2.0 and Remote Kernel


Hello,

yes, this is possible. Open the workbench's Preferences (Window > Preferences), then choose Mathematica > Run/Debug.

In the LinkHost field you can enter a valid linkhost, and then simply append the other MLOpen arguments that you need after it in the same field.

Adam Berry
Wolfram Workbench Team
Wolfram Research, Inc


On Dec 11, 2010, at 12:52 AM, Michael Weyrauch wrote:

> Is it is possible to connect WolframWorkbench 2.0 to
> a remote kernel? If so, how is it configured?
>
> Situation: Local Mathematica 7.0.1 on Windows. Remote Mathematica 7.0.1
> on Linux. Connecting from the local Mathematica to the remote kernel
> works fine. It's just Workbench which doesn't connect.
>
> Thanks Michael Weyrauch
>


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