Alright, I looked all over for the answer to this question, but found no answer. So, I ask in my favorate forums (here).
As I understand, in order for a program to utilize the power of a Beowulf cluster, you need access to the source (not hard with most Linux software) and you must modify said code to do parell (sp?) processing (hard for me). I was wondering, is there a release of any Windows emulator for Linux that utilizes the protocol for parell (sp?) processing that a Beowulf cluster would use?
It'd be nice if I could build a cheap, fast computing system that has Windows emulated on it, thinking that the cluster is, say, a 6GHz system. Be real cool to use between cracking algorithms for reward money. =-)
Speaking of which, anyone know of a single web site that has news of rewardable algorithm cracks? Kind of like an X-S for the enterprising cracker. =-)