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sleepsleep



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sleepsleep
like topic,
what you guys would do if you could control/manage 50 or 200 pcs?

1. run seti or etc research / distributed computing projects
2. make network renderer for 3D scene / objects
3. [edit] compile farm
4. fill in ......

any idea? Idea Wink


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Post 25 Nov 2006, 11:59
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Kenneth



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Number 2 would be nice. And I would also use some to run hunting programs for my chars on online games.
Post 25 Nov 2006, 12:34
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Remy Vincent



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It would be nice to have many "inline compilers+++"...

You know what I mean, an inline compiler is 200KB program without any USER INTERFACE provided.

So an "inline compiler+++" could be a usual INLINE COMPLIER, plus a very small USER INTERFACE provided insode THE SAME .EXE, when you type
Code:
MyOwnC.exe  -MinimalIDE

Usual use of an inline compiler is always:

MyOwnC.exe   -ISomeLib  MySmallProg.C    


We can dream...

But how could we oblige thousands and thousands & thousands of programmers to do their own inline C, or then own small pascal inline compiler... with a gun?? with sponsors??

The point is: how a progammer can say "I am a programmer!!!" if he hasn't done HIMSELF the compiler he is using at least half a week?
Post 25 Nov 2006, 14:33
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sleepsleep
hi remy,
your idea rendered my thoughts to compile farm Smile
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distcc (quite cool)
Post 25 Nov 2006, 19:42
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DustWolf



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That's funny... I do admin 50+ PCs but never considered actually doing anything with them.

One idea I had was to split a music file into individual instruments and use a perfectly timered player controller to make them all start at exactly the same time, allowing me to enjoy a multispeaker concert. I have always been questioning wether 8-point interpolation does in fact only produce inaudiable distortion when using it to smooth out mixing dosens of samples.
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