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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 ...
Nov 13 '13 at 22:07
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