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    Installing CPUshare on Ubuntu?

    http://www.cpushare.com/ is the site. I was wondering if anyone else has successfully installed this program on Ubuntu?

    CPUShare is a research project created by Andrea Arcangeli with the goal of connecting together the computers of the Internet in order to create a general purpose Low Cost and World Wide Supercomputer available to everybody to use in a matter of minutes, controlled by a market for the CPU resources that chooses the price of the CPU resources using the supply and demand law in real tim

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    Re: Installing CPUshare on Ubuntu?

    Anyone?

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    Re: Installing CPUshare on Ubuntu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hydraulix View Post
    http://www.cpushare.com/ is the site. I was wondering if anyone else has successfully installed this program on Ubuntu?
    I haven't gotten it to work in Ubuntu yet since the current kernel has Seccomp disabled. A recompile with it enabled is probably needed.

    It works fine in Sabayon 3.3 (Gentoo based) however, so I am going to install Sabayon on two old pc's and just keep them on.

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    Re: Installing CPUshare on Ubuntu?

    Just another update: I also am able to run CPUShare without any issues in Xandros 4.1 Pro. I just had to install Python-Twister and another package it prompted for (can't recall the name).

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