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Linux live-cd for distributed computing projects?

Linux live-cd for distributed computing projects?

I have had this dream for years now... but sadly, even to this day, it remains just a dream.

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Guest [Entry]

"Dotsch/UX is one.

Dotsch/UX - A USB/Diskless/Harddisk
BOINC Ubuntu Linux Distribution
The purpose is to make a Linux
distribution for BOINC which easily
installs and boot from a USB stick,
hard disk and from diskless clients
and also has some interfaces to setup
the diskless server and the clients
automatically.
BOINC Client : The BOINC client comes
pre installed and would be started as
daemon and would be monitored and kept
alive from this daemon. Dotsch/UX 1.0
includes the BOINC client 6.2.15.
Dotsch/UX 1.1 includes the BOINC
client 6.4.5 for CUDA support."
Guest [Entry]

"Have you looked at openMosix?
It seems to have closed -- no more updates.
There is ClusterKnoppix based on the openMosix kernel (uh, also discontinued).
And, there is ParallelKnoppix (DistroWatch link).

Here is a LiveCD list for Clustering.
some may be discontinued as we see above.

You may also want to look at

Ubuntu Clustering and Easy Ubuntu Clustering pages.
ServerFault question on Linux Clustering."