Of course this requires that you have access to a
NetSolve agent and server running somewhere. You can start your own
or use the agent at netsolve.cs.utk.edu. In any case don't forget to
set your NetSolve environment variables.
Additional examples are available in $NETSOLVE_ROOT/src/GridRPC. To
build these example programs:
UNIX> cd $NETSOLVE_ROOT/src/GridRPC
UNIX> make tests
Some of these tests rely on software that may not be enabled in your
server, so if you encounter problems, check the file
to verify that the problem description
file containing the required problem is enabled.