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Re: Using Mathematica over Telnet

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  • Subject: [mg15504] Re: [mg15488] Using Mathematica over Telnet
  • From: Iacovos Kyprianou <nskypr at>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 23:47:08 -0500
  • Organization: University of Cyprus
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Dear Goeman

If you can, you can use an xserver, if you have one. If you work on a
windows platform you can download one from internet. If you work on a
unix mashine then it is easier you boot into xwindows and give your
display ip to the mashine running mathematica and when you Plot a graph
the motif (for sun) graphics will display on the monitor. With this you
can also call mathematica front end (Mathematica) and it' ll work fine.
You will have some problems with the fonts but when you set the default
input output to input output Form then it will be fine. Finally if all
this dont work you can use Display[] to save your graphs as gif, eps,
tiff ...


Goeman-Shulsky wrote:

> Hi, I'm hoping that someone can help me out.  I have access to
> Mathematica via Telnet, but am not satisfied with the graphics
> translation.  I have discovered a couple of options... Mathlink or an
> Xwindows emulator.  I have used neither, and my primary concerns are
> $$, and useability.  does anyone out there have experience with this
> situation?  If so please let me know your thoughts. Thanks in advance,
> Keith
> Shulsky at

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