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Channelling processing power from Linux servers over a gigabit LAN to Macintosh system
As you may know Apple offers a program called Xgrid for sharing processing power between Macs. It also allows for easy clustering. Is there a way to channel processing power from Linux nodes over a ...
May 1 '11 at 16:21
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