I was wondering, is there any way to remotely connect to a Mathematica kernel with some free front end software?
I have one (home-use) license, so I have Mathematica installed on my main computer. However, I may want to perform Mathematica computations on a secondary laptop - I don't have a second license though. Is it then possible to install a Mathematica front end (or some equivalent that doesn't require another license) and then remotely access the kernel from the licensed computer?
I'm not using Linux, so SSHing isn't very viable... unless it's actually possible?