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Build your own supercomputer out of Raspberry Pi boards Summary: Who says you need a few million bucks to build a supercomputer? Joshua Kiepert put together a Linux-powered Beowulf cluster with Raspberry Pi computers for less than $2,000. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols for Linux and Open Source | May 23, 2013

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Turn an Old Computer Into a Do-Anything Home Server with FreeNAS 8

You've heard the word "server" thrown around a lot, but usually in the context of web sites or big companies that have a lot of data to store. In reality, a server can be just as useful in your home. In this guide, we'll walk through how to create your own home server out of an old or cheap computer that can do all your downloading, streaming, and backup tasks 24/7.


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OpenSUSE 11.0 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Bible

OpenSUSE 11.0 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Bible by Roger Whittaker. $28.45. 840 pages. Author: Roger Whittaker. Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (September 2, 2008)

SuperMUC Supercomputer Runs SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

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The Definitive Guide to Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12 (Paperback)

The Definitive Guide to Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12

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