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Old 07-01-2008, 03:12 AM   #1
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Just wondering....

Hi all,
I may be in the wrong forum, i may be asking the wrong questions.... All im asking is please be patient.

If i was to load up crossover office onto a debian machine that was the head node on a cluster, would it utilize the cluster, and would it do it as 1 cpu or as many?

Has anyone ever tried this before?

I would like to try and load up a debian machine, set it up to be a cluster head node, and have several computers (10 - 15) boot up on live-cd of some sort. I would like all of these machines to be used nodes for the cluster.

After running crossover, i would like to be able to run Adobe Photoshop with a huge batch process.

I have no idea what sort of clustering would be needed etc, so all and any help would be appreciated.

Old 07-01-2008, 04:07 AM   #2
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Well I don't have experience with clusters, but I think you should read this


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