faucon.millenium at gmail.com
Tue May 3 13:14:57 UTC 2005
On 5/3/05, Chris Fazekas <chris at fazekas.net> wrote:
> Woke up last night with an thought. From what I understand, it is
> possible to build a kernel on a cluster of machines, so in theory it would
> be possible to do so on a distributed.net type system using peoples free
> CPU time. Does this seem possible? And would it be extremely complex?
> Just wondering because it would be nice to have a way of superfast
> compiling test kernels (and applications etc). Not saying my 3GHZ isnt
> fast, but its no supercomputer (cluster).
This list is not intended for that kind of questions please, this is a
Aside the various reasons (that I will not list) why what you suggest
is quite frankly completely insane, and not feasible, if you want to
distribute a compilation on several of your machines, I think you
might be looking for something like "distcc".
Ubuntu, Debian and Kernel Hacker
<jbailey> Insert tab A into slot B doesn't take too long to figure
out. Leave a couple horny kids in a room for an hour, they don't need
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