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Re: Remote kernels over SSH

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  • Subject: [mg130282] Re: Remote kernels over SSH
  • From: debguy <johnandsara2 at>
  • Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2013 03:15:30 -0400 (EDT)
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 ssh -x -f pet@hostname math -mathlink -linkmode Connect =B44=B4 -
linkname '=B42=B4'

what is =B44?  why not use hostname?  if you can't use "hostname" toss
the thing.

ssh does (let's say in most or all versions) change data in the stream
and interferes with X windows - which is an issue never resolved as
far as I know.  however let's assume that's not the issue...

You have not said if the above works when "ssh" is not in use.

If you need "privacy" why not try connection level privacy, ie,
ipsecure or vpn, instead of a program (ssh) which hacks inside the
connection stream (obviously on a per-connection basis)?

i never understood why ssh hacked inside the stream instead of
wrapping it.  it's mind bending.

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