How to run Server Software
Available Server Software
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X11 (Running Remote Linux
To be able to run software graphically
from remote servers, you will need to use X11. This is built in
for Linux desktops but for Windows and the latest Mac OS X Mountain
Lion, it must be installed.
Mac OS X Mountain Lion
Requires X11 software such as Xming
Download and install: http://sourceforge.net/project/downloading.php?group_id=156984&filename=Xming-6-9-0-31-setup.exe
Follow the below instructions (Replacing 'wireshark' with 'xterm' when encountered):
1) select multiple windows
2) select start a program
3) Then choose 'Use Putty' on the next page, and enter the server such
' along with your username.
4) Defaults for the next page
5) Then save the configuration, say to your Desktop, so you can easily run it next time.
When you run it, you should get prompted for your password and then get
an xterm window appearing
(sometimes it appears behind another program
out of view, just minimize windows in front to check),
and from xterm
you can run software as explained in the next section.
After connecting to a server (see: Connecting
to Servers), you can run the following software by following the
|Run using: matlab
Show help for matlab commandline options: matlab -h
Run without graphical display: matlab -nojvm
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