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hello guyz well the topic i replied was not active so i m here requesting you to plz share any idea regarding networking related project no restriction of OS win./linux ,

moreover plz i m not good in programming share idea that include no or minimal coding thanks alot

..... if any one know about LINUX clustering system plz tell how costly can be if i have no appretus or have only single pc to do work

plz help in regards
thanks a lot :?:

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moreover plz i m not good in programming share idea that include no or minimal coding thanks alot

..... if any one know about LINUX clustering system plz tell how costly can be if i have no appretus or have only single pc to do work

plz help in regards
thanks a lot :?:

The point of clustering is to have more than one computer. Clustering actually takes a lot of knowledge and time. There is a how to on tldp.org I think. It an get expensive power wise if your running a lot of nodes. You also will prob. need a switch and cat 5 cables. First you need more than one comp though

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ahan thanks for replying lot of knowledge and time means atleast its the project for 8 or 10 months but i have only 4 months left :( ...

any other suggestions

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I've looked into it enough that it's too much work for me to try. You might be able to do it esp. if you find a really good howto or someone who has done it. You might be able to do it; I say try it if you want.

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i m saying that ... plz sugest anything else coz clustering is difficult althoguh good as require more hardware or is there any way to simulate

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ahan thanks sir any requirements or reading you will recommend for that

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hey, i am new to this forum and i am very intrested in how MMORP.
I was wondering how it all starts and what you need to begin my very on MMORP. I would also like to know how much it would all cost
Thanks very much
kearney. :)

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