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Urgent but simple problem

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  • Subject: [mg30995] Urgent but simple problem
  • From: "Carlos Cabrera Zuniga" <carloscz at>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 20:43:39 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Instituto de Fisica Teorica de Sao Paulo
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

   Hi Group,

 Please, this is a very urgent and important question for all (i believe),

 I started a sesion in a Linux machine A (or, i logged on in machine A),
 and there i conected and started a new sesion in a Linux machine B
 with complete graphics access in Machine A, so i started a Mathematica 4.0
 (using the Mathematica graphical interface of B wich i can see in A)
 application wich is running YET today.

 The two machines are part of a single network and are using KDE Linux.

 The problem started when someone...  turned off the machine A !,
 so, any person would logon in A again, then again would logon in B,
 open Mathematica 4, ok, seems ok,  but during the process the
 Mathematica application could to be lost !, at least, i did it 2 times
 in this way and those two times the application was lost!

 So how to open Mathematica ( in A or B? ) so that i can see the
 program without any dangerous change?

    Thanks very much in advance for colaborations.



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