I am trying to set up a remote Julia process in Juno, so I can use a powerful research server instead of a cruddy laptop.
First, I tried to follow the FAQ for Juno. I opened a terminal, SSHed into the server, launched Julia and ran “using Atom; using Juno; Juno.connect([…])”. This seemed like it was working, except then when I tried to run code using ctrl-enter it just sent it to the local version of Julia. So it didn’t actually work.
Second, I tried to use ftp-remote-edit. I configured the server, and connected to it such that I could see my user directory. However, then when I hit ctrl-enter, I get
Remote Julia session could not be started. We tried to launch Julia from `julia` but the process failed with `127` . Please make sure your settings are correct.
Also on the local repl I see the following error message:
/bin/sh: 1: julia: not found
Any tips for getting this to work? The ideal workflow would be to automatically launch the remote Julia process when I run my code, but I’ll settle for getting it to work at all at this point.