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Old 10-22-2004, 07:11 AM   #1
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Can anyone give me any stupidly basic instructions on how to build a small cluster out of sum old computers ive got. I've been interested in building one for ages but I can't find any information thats basic enough!

Can it be windows based info rather than linux!
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google is your friend.
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google gives me information that might as well be in japaneese
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Hmmm... from your name are you using Solaris Chips? Or is that just a name that wasn't gone? Cause if you were Sun I'm sure would have some information if you ask them. Intel probably would too, can't be sure about AMD but again, they may.

Its really a complicated thing to be doing anyway - so you're unlikely to find any stupidly basic answers.
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