installing openMOSIX on sw9.1 is straight forward, albeit slightly more difficult than on RH
(to date I've got it working on RH9, Fedora Core 1 and sw9.1).
Since your asking the question I'm guessing your're not confident/ aware of the compiling your own kernel route?
I shan't go into the details of compiling (that's all documented in the kernel README), but suffice to say all you need the the latest build of the 2.4.22 kernel (from www.kernel.org
) and the openmosix-kernel-2.4.22 patch and openmosix-user tools (www.openmosix.org
It's simply a matter of patching the kernel, make the bzImage, copying it to /boot, editing /etc/lilo.conf (or grub), editing etc/openmosix.map, rebooting and running /sbin/setpe. In RH you can add openmosix as a service, but if you can't be bothered to mess with the console each reboot then I guess you could edit one of the etc/rc.d/ files.
I hope this rather muddled answer has been of some help.