I have two Pi's, one via cable at my router, the other one connected with Wlan...what do I need to do, to get access to the second Pi inside Mathematica?
The 'slave' has installed Raspbian and 'wolfram'(command-line only, but I get the same result if I autostart the complete Wolfram-notebook with 'mathematica') is autostarted - but what next?
Whatever I do or setup in Mathematica on the Pi that I use, it outputs
at startup....can someone explain me please what to do, to get access to the 'kernels' of the second Pi for more evaluating-power?
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The kernel New Kernel failed to connect to the front end. (Error = MLECONNECT). You should try running the kernel connection outside the front end.
Is it possible at all to use more than 4 kernels with the free-license on the Pi? (Sys-Info shows 16 subkernels are possible)
If so, how do I connect them correct?
I already added a new kernel and have set the Ip my router shows as machine name in its properties. But what to do with all the other options there exactly?