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Pi Zero Cluster

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello all!

I had an idea for using Raspberry Pi Zero's in a cluster configuration (Mostly for learning and possibly Folding@Home if it can run it) Is there some way of doing this? Thank you!


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i5 7200U @ Stock

Core2Duo T6600 @ Stock

i3 2330M @ Stock

i5 3210M @ Stock

 

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Cluster computing isn't really supported with F@H because it's already a cluster computing project. I've been told that there isn't a way to set it up as a cluster for folding.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
34 minutes ago, Howlingwolf101 said:

Cluster computing isn't really supported with F@H because it's already a cluster computing project. I've been told that there isn't a way to set it up as a cluster for folding.

Ah ok then, that's unfortunate.


BOINC Setup:
i5 7200U @ Stock

Core2Duo T6600 @ Stock

i3 2330M @ Stock

i5 3210M @ Stock

 

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