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How to connect to EC2?

I have Mathematica 10.2 installed on an Ubuntu 14 machine in Amazon web services's elastic computer cloud. I have dido access and I'm connected to the instance though ssh on the terminal. I have an ...
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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 for remote ...
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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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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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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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Export on local machine results of a parallel computation using remote kernels

I've got a long calculus to do with Mathematica. I've Parallelized the code using local kernels and remote kernels. I'm using a ParallelDo loop with an ...
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How to start a remote kernel on a machine with two ip addresses?

Suppose I have a local machine with ip address 204.XX.40.10 and a remote machine. And the remote machine has two network card, so it has two ip addresses: 204.XX.40.21 and 192.0.2.100, and only the ...
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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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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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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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How to configure Linux Remote Kernel in V10?

I have read couple of posts and it seems that Mathematica has changed some settings over the years. So I will make the title explicit, so it is clear I want to setup remote kernels in V10. My ...
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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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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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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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The module load only works for the first node, not all. Is there's a way to specify the full path to the math command when launching remote kernels

Running a Mathematica .m file in cluster for parallel computing. But get an error "bash: math: command not found". Is there's a way to specify the full path to the math command when launching remote ...
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Remote kernel connection via ssh fails on Mathematica 10 and Yosemite

I try to start remote kernels via ...
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Getting a remote kernel from a machine not directly reachable

I have a machine capable of running Mathematica on 24 cores which I would like to take advantage of :) The only problem is that this is a remote machine to which I cannot connect directly, I have to ...
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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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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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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, ...