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There is really nothing special about using the CCA environment on a remote system compared to any other tools routinely used in technical computing. But there are a few things you can do that might make it more convenient to work remotely. So here are some notes intended to point you to the appropriate places in the manuals for the software you're using.
Everything associated with the CCA can be done using only commandline access to the remote system. The primary tool for this kind of access at present is the Secure Shell protocol, SSH. Both free and commercial implementations of ssh are widely available. Among the most common are OpenSSH for Linux(-like) systems and PuTTY for Windows. When we describe specifically how to do something with an SSH client, we will describe it for these two packages. However we won't be using any unusual capabilities of SSH, so most other implementions probably have an equivalent.