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Remote Kernel configuration works in v9 but not in v10

I have both v9 and v10 currently installed on my computer (Windows 7). For reasons that are not entirely clear, if I create a new remote kernel in one version, it is accessible to the other; however, ...
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What does this Java error mean? Why is it raised?

I want to launch some kernels on a cluster that uses SGE. The server's operating system is Linux Cent-OS. According to Mathematica documentation, I've added these commands inside my code: ...
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remote kernel through SSH

Is it possible to setup connection to remote kernels through ssh? I'm able to SSH into the remote server(linux) and start a kernel in the terminal, but it can't connect back to my local front end. I ...
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Configuring remote access when using a VPN

To address some of the responsiveness issues, I use the Mathematica front end (v9 or v10) to access a remote kernel on a Raspberry Pi. The (advanced) kernel configuration used is this: Arguments to ...
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Connect to Windows kernel from Linux computer

I've seen many questions regarding the connection to a Linux machine from a Windows one, but I need to do the opposite. Situation: I have Mathematica on my Linux laptop (...
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How to connect to remote kernels inside home router?

How to use remote kernels inside a home router? My router has the demilitarized zone (DMZ) feature, which can expose my computer to the internet, and should be able to work, but I can't figure out how ...
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Cluster integration: Problem connecting to Sun Grid Engine

I'm trying to launch some kernels in a cluster engine running Sun Grid Engine using Cluster integration. But I'm getting the error "Cannot find components required for SGE". ...
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Manually launching remote kernel results local process frozen

I'm trying to launch a Linux (Ubuntu latest) machine as a slave of my local PC (Windows 8). Both machine have Mathematica 9 installed. However, I'm behind a router, so I think it's a little more ...
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make mathematica recognize CCompiler and compile CUDA code on remote Windows machine

I have set up a Mathematica remote kernel on a Windows 7 64 bit machine, which has Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 installed. When I start Mathematica on the windows machine Mathematica recognizes the ...
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Use remote kernel on debian from win8

I spend almost two week to figure out how mma could use a remote kernel. The following is my results: The basic environment is: mma9.0.1 on win8 as my host (local machine); mma9.0.1 on Deiban 7 as a ...
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SSH known hosts in Windows (Error code = 124)

I had to re-install Raspbian OS and now it has new SSH key. SSH clients usually let ignore this fact and save the new key, but not now. Mathematica gives no way to go if the Host Key was changed. I ...
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How to run Mathematica kernel on remote server?

This might be a really stupid question, but I have no idea how to get my copy of Mathematica to run on a remote server in the cloud. I have a Webfaction account and a copy of Mathematica installed ...
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Connecting to Raspberry Pi's Wolfram Language kernel from a PC's Mathematica front end

Recently I bought a Raspberry Pi and I installed the Wolfram Language on it. Comparing WL 10.0's commands with Mathematica 9.0.1.0's commands, I found 328 additional commands and variables. I ...
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Remote kernel shuts down after several seconds

I have Mathematica 9 installed on two Windows Server 2008 R2 machines. Now i want to try using one of them as a frontend with local kernels and the other one for remote kernels. OpenSSH 6.5 for ...
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Launching Remote Kernels takes a lot of time

I recently played around with establishing a remote kernel setup without using mathematica grid. To do this I use the LaunchKernels[] command and ...
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Save open Mathematica Notebook from command line or second Notebook to avoid data loss

I was executing a long Mathematica Notebook over night. The Mathematica instance is running on a Linux workstation (in a vnc server session to be precise). Now I cannot access this session anymore, ...
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Run FileSystem Remotely and Front End/Kernel Locally

Is there a way to run both the front end(& kernel) locally while the having Mathematica's filesystem(inode's at minimum) reference another os's filesystem? For example currently I run ...
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how to load packages on local computer when using remote kernels

I usually works remotely using kernels on our hpc and front-end on my local laptop. This enable me do relatively large computation within my laptop(IP address of my laptop may change frequently). But ...
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Why is $ProcessorCount different than the selected number of cores in PBS?

By using ParallelTable and submitting my Mathematica code to a cluster, I noticed that it was enhancing the speed even when I selected a single core in a single ...
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How to correctly disconnect from the kernel?

I'm connecting to and disconnecting from the kernel but I'm doing something wrong. I crash the text formatting in the terminal and got some warnings. There are some instructions to connecting to the ...
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How to change front end setting “Parallel Kernel Configuration” in the code?

I'm trying to run Mathematica parallel on multiple nodes on a HPC, and I use the remote kernel tab in the "Parallel Kernel Configuration" settings to set the communication between different ...
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Remote Kernel and CUDALink

I have setup a remote kernel on my Mac, which connects to a more powerful Linux 64Bit Desktop. Mathematica is setup fine on the Linux machine. CUDA is also working fine and ...
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What range of ports do remote kernels use?

I'm trying to run a remote kernel, but my local system administrator is wary of opening up ports for incoming connections. Is there are particular range of ports that Mathematica uses to ...
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Can I evaluated a cell in a notebook in a background process?

I currently run my Mathematica on a linux computer through Putty and Xming. Xming provides a graphical display for Mathematica windows running on a remote linux computer. But recently, the network ...
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Connecting to remote kernel on iMac from a MacBook Pro client

I am having trouble setting up a remote kernel connection between my two Mac computers. The kernel on my iMac runs much faster than on my MacBook Pro, so I would like to run computations through my ...
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Remote Kernel - Error = MLECONNECT

Configuring a remote kernel with the Kernel Configuration Basic Options I manage to have a new kernel in the list of the kernel that I can open. However when I start the new kernel I get asked for the ...
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Can I run calculations on an external ssh server that doesn't have Mathematica installed? [closed]

I am currently running some rather compilex Mathematica calculations on my laptop and sometimes run into an out-of-memory errors. However, I have access to some larger simulation servers via ssh, but ...
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Remote access to notebook is very slow

I am using Mathematica at work remotely from a computer in my building and I can edit notebooks by opening them from terminal via ssh without problem (a little slow if there is a figure with many ...
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Configuring Remote Kernel via terminal in Linux

There's a server at work, which I would like to use as a remote kernel. I have access to it via terminal (server is running Red Hat, my client Windows 7). I don't know if the kernel is set up or not, ...
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Is the TCPIP link type compressed?

Since I'm already piping a MathLink connection in a ssh tunnel (connect back is a pain!), I wonder if it makes sense to compress the data in the stream (ssh -C). As ...
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Mathematica ncurses support

I occasionally ssh into machines that have Mathematica installed. I then operate Mathematica through the command-line interface. Often, the command-line interface ...
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Remote Mathkernel: SSH encountered a networking error while launching kernel Error code = 1

I have a problem concerning the connection to a remote kernel via ssh on a vpn. I found a working configuration in this question: Connection to remote kernel can not be established - No specific ...
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Connection to remote kernel can not be established - No specific error shown

I was trying to set up a remote kernel using Mathematica 8, a Debian server and a Mac OSX 10.8 client. First I configured a VPN connection between server and client and went through all the basic ...
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Can I evaluate a notebook using Mathematica in text mode on remote machine?

I have a Mathematica notebook file called "my.nb". It was prepared using Mathematica 7.0 on my local machine running the Linux OS. Now, I want to evaluate it on the remote machine, which also has ...
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Export data from remote kernel onto a local machine

I can not access the directory on my remote kernel these days. Therefore, I want to export the output of the computations to my local machine. Some details: My remote kernel is on a Tyan TX46 with ...
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Accessing data on local machine from remote kernel

I have a remote kernel on a server that I would like to use to process some data. The connection works, i.e, I'm able to use the local front end and the remote kernel. However, I cannot figure out how ...
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Problem to connect remote Mathematica Kernel using J/Link [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Failed to connect remote Mathematica kernel using J/Link I'm trying to connect to a remote Mathematica 8 kernel on windows server (IP :172.20.48.113 ) from a windows ...
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Failed to connect remote Mathematica kernel using J/Link

I'm trying to connect to a remote Mathematica 8 kernel (on a Windows machine) using J/Link. On the client machine, I put the JLinkNativeLibrary.dll file in ...
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generating pdf using UseFrontEnd

I run mathematica on a remote server and run it in batch mode using /math -noprompt -script 'scriptname.m' & Now, I use ssh -X to connect to the server. The server is linux based and my computer ...
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Using “Raw MathLink Connections” to create a “Kernel Object”

Mathematica 8.0.0: I am stuck trying to get a Mathematica Mathlink connection from my Windows computer working that should connects to Linux over network (or vice versa) and then launches a Kernel on ...
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How to run a Mathematica program using command line on windows?

I have to run some Mathematica programs on a remote computer. The system of that computer is Windows XP. But I do not know how to run the program using command line on windows. Can you help me? Thank ...
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How can I connect to a remote machine?

My friend and I are trying to set up remote kernels. He has a server at home running 1 kernel off of a Linux-based server. We're both on 8.0. I manually set ...
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Launching remote kernels - will it help RAM needs?

Given the exasperating RAM needs of my Mathematica program, I contemplated launching remote kernels to run my Mathematica script. This is a two part question: Part 1 If I launch a remote kernel(s), ...
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Connecting to a remote machine

The simple answer is ssh username@hostname Enter your password and you are set. My problem is that I wish to connect to a computer in my university. There are ...
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Wolfram Light Weight Grid and parallel computing

I have attempted to set up and use the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager so I can do parallel computing from Mathematica using 2 remote processors on another machine on my local network. My ...
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Specifying the ports used by LinkCreate or LinkLaunch

Whenever a Link is created using LinkCreate or LinkLaunch with ...
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Connecting to and disconnecting from a continuously running kernel, on demand

I realized that there are lots of advantages to driving C/C++/FORTRAN code directly from Mathematica as LibraryLink functions (instead of running them from the command line or a shell script, as I ...
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Operations on online files via public URL access

I need Mathematica to access an online public directory via some URL (fake in this case) http://example.com/images and perform operations similar to those Mathematica can do on OS directories and ...
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Are later versions of the Front-End compatible with older Kernels?

At my graduate school, all of the clusters still use version-6, and I only have version-7 and version-8 installed on my computer. I would like to use those machines remotely. Are either of the ...
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How do you use ssh-keys instead of a password to run a remote-kernel over ssh?

On all of the servers that I regularly interact with, I have ssh-keys setup for passwordless access via ssh. Yet, every time I attempt to start a remote-kernel over ssh, I get asked for a password ...