This is a lightning-talk version of a longer (25-minute) video: http://rayhightower.com/blog/2015/08/22/madison-ruby-and-parallella/ Parallella is an 18-core computer roughly the size of a credit card. The hardware is open source, it runs Linux, and you can buy it online for about $150. This 5-minute video shows what you can do with Parallella and why you might care. Presented at RubyConf 2015 in San Antonio, TX on Monday, November 16, 2015.
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This is a video created by chief developer (@Evil-Knievel) of Elastic, to demonstrate the potential of Elastic. Mining Bitcoins is not a practical use case (the cost of mining Bitcoins would be far greater than the amount you’d gain), but it is a great way to demonstrate the potential of Elastic. With Elastic you can design your own tasks/requirements using the Elastic programming language (Elastic PL). The Elastic programming language allows Elastic job authors to express complex algorithms to be solved for bounties, paid for with XEL, the Elastic crypto currency. The language is loosely based on the C programming language incorporating many of the basic operators and functions. https://www.elastic.pw/blog/2017-06-11-bitcoin-mining-with-decentralized-supercomputer/
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Lets dive deeper and having more fun with mining by utilizing our GPUs on the SBC to mine crypto currency. If you missed my last video about mining please go check it out. This is not much different other then using the GPU. We do it cause it's fun!! ○○○ LINKS ○○○ TinkerBoard ► http://amzn.to/2BsDThf Write Up ► https://goo.gl/nKknjK Novaspirit Shop ► https://goo.gl/gptPNf patreon ► https://goo.gl/xpgbzB Amazon Store ► http://amzn.to/2AYs3dI novaspirit tv ► https://goo.gl/uokXYr twitter ► https://twitter.com/novaspirittech discord chat ► https://discord.gg/v8dAnFV FB Group Novaspirit ► https://www.facebook.com/groups/novaspirittech/ ○○○ Send Me Stuff ○○○ Don Hui PO BOX 765 Farmingville, NY 11738 ○○○ Other Videos ○○○ Zerotech Dobby Review ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pE_wHgu725A Install Linux on Android TV ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSCj1b6PbaQ $85 tablet ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNRgF3YE2Zw low cost virtual machine server ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Bf9Qvxhz7o crypto mining on sbc ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUC9d58uoHg krack wifi exploit ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCVYz5tbhj8 Mooz 3 in 1 printer ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aAhLhE7zDY Raspberry Pi Accessories ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0WaF_p0CcU Khadas Vim 2 Review ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_KtKZoGqj4 Raspberry Pi Chromcast ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhNc2cSULWQ GDP Win ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAivFXY_Gt0 patreon @ https://patreon.com/novaspirittech Tweet me: @ http://twitter.com/novaspirittech facebook: @ http://facebook.com/novaspirittech Instagram @ https://instagram.com/novaspirittech DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This help support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!
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I built this supercomputer (Beowulf cluster) and particle accelerator in the spring of 2017. The supercomputer is made of 10 Raspberry Pi's and drives the particle accelerator. A more technical video about this project is forthcoming.
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Meet new super useful compilation: 10 Affordable Card-Size Computers for Makers and DIY Projects! Arduino and Raspberry Pi Compatible. 5 Amazing SBC 2018: https://youtu.be/fhAnI2g-O0M 00:00 - Marvin: plug & play IoT development board http://kck.st/2fOMZWj 01:05 - UP Squared: the world’s fastest x86 maker board www.up-board.org/upsquared 03:45 - ESPRESSObin: 64 bit dual core computing platform http://espressobin.net 06:45 - UDO X86: the most powerful x86 maker board ever https://www.udoo.org/udoo-x86 08:35 - CHIP: the first 9$ computer https://getchip.com 09:25 - Le Potato: Fastest 4K SBC under $50 for Makers https://libre.computer 10:40 - FireFly http://fireflycomputers.com 13:15 - 1Bitsy and BMPM: open-source ARM Cortex-M4F Development Platform http://kck.st/2ge890A 15:50 - Danyboard M0: Electronic prototyping platform http://kck.st/2r5qJBV 17:10 - Exen Mini: a tiny 32-bit microcontroller compatible with arduino and breadboard development https://nerdonic.com/products/exen/mini Questions? Cooperation? [email protected] We will answer as soon as possible!
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04.07.2017 Centro Giovanile Torri di Quartesolo -VI- Serata dedicata ad un piccolo oggetto dalle grandi caratteristiche. “The Parallella” è un computer, delle dimensioni di una carta di credito circa, con un processore Epiphany RISC SOC a 16-core, un’architettura opensource ed un consumo di soli 5watt. Durante la serata vedremo questo piccolo oggetto, scopriremo le sue caratteristiche da vicino e vedremo cosa permette di fare . Relatore: Montyadex
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HiSilicon and Hoperun introduces their new HiKey 970 development board (https://www.96boards.ai/products/hikey970/), 10nm HiSilicon Kirin 970 based (same chipset that is in the recent Huawei Mate 10) quad ARM Cortex-A73 at 2.36GHz with quad ARM Cortex-A53 at 1.8GHz with Mali-G72MP12 and their new Dedicated Neural-network Processing Unit (NPU) with 256MAC/cycle @ 960MHz performance. To be available next month for $299 on Amazon and at http://hihope.org this is their Super Edge AI Computing Platform with Huawei HiAI SDK that can provide up to 25X Performance and 50X better Power Efficiency compared with doing the AI tasks by CPU or GPU. This enables the Heterogeneous multi processing Resource Management for use in applications such as Deep Learning, Robots, Automobile, Smart City. The NPU provides frequently used artificial intelligence function APIs, model management APIs and basic operator computing APIs, so developers can focus on developing new AI applications instead of focusing on performance tuning. The HiKey970’s dedicated AI processor has a rich set of imaging and I/Os that enables developers to build highly integrated flexible products for AI-based intelligent cameras in smart cities. Features include: UEFI + ARM Trusted Firmware Kernel 4.9 CAN driver CSI/CSI-2 driver WiFi enable Video Codec enable PCIe enable for storage and LTE connect 4 lanes CSI + 2 lanes CSI CAN V2.0B up to 1Mbps Video Dec up to H.265 [email protected] 6GB 1866MHz, 4 Channel LPDDR4x GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou OS Choices Ubuntu Debian Android Master Stacks Huawei HiAI Android NN OpenGL ES OpenCL
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Raspberry Pi 3 [email protected] Cluster (Supercomputer) Series Preview [email protected]: https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/ Boinc: https://boinc.berkeley.edu/ Download Raspbian: https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/ Win32 Disk Imager: https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/ How to Remote Access Your Raspberry Pi Using Putty & TightVNC : https://youtu.be/0SRgp5uekwQ Brought to you by http://www.rasmurtech.com/ Buy New Raspberry Pi 3 http://goo.gl/isdLQQ Buy #TechofMind Merch to Support the Channel: http://www.techofmind.com/ Rasmurtech Amazon Link: http://goo.gl/NajdU6 Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+RasimMuratovic Twitter: https://twitter.com/rasimmuratovic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rasmurtech Instagram: http://instagram.com/rasmurtech My Loot Crate Link: http://mbsy.co/lootcrate/360834
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Any questions just post them below I'll try to get to them. Thanks. Specs : Motherboard: Asus Prime Z270-A Ram: Ripjaws 8Gb 2133MHz Processor: Intel
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Just wanted to show off my project I've been playing with over the past few weekends. It's a cluster of Raspberry Pi computers self contained inside of a portable toolbox. Specs: - 15x Raspberry Pi 2s @ stock 900MHz (60 total cores between them) - 15GB RAM (1GB each) - 240GB Flash storage (16GB x 15) - 300W Silverstone SFX power supply (only draws about 45W at the wall under full load) - 120mm exhaust fan - Arduino powered LED strip, because, uh... the 80s. Some benchmarks I ran using a multi-threaded python script I wrote that crunches stock price data stored on an external MySQL database on my network at home. This compares only 1 of the RPi 2 machines to an assortment of desktop PC processors I had laying around. You can essentially divide the RP2 number by 13 to get a rough estimate of cluster performance on this task (divide by 13 and not 15 to account for the networking overhead of 16 machines querying the MySQL database server over a single Gigabit uplink... if the server and cluster were on the same switch you'd get a little better throughput.) All times are in seconds... Lower number = faster run | CPU | 1 Thread | 2 Thread | 4 Thread | 8 Thread | 16 Thread | | AMD Phenom II x4 965 BE | 1807 | 909 | 655 | 564 | 535 | | Intel Core i7 2600K | 1391 | 862 | 639 | 480 | 379 | | Intel Core i7 3770K | 1314 | 661 | 488 | 408 | 350 | | AMD FX-8350 @ 4.4GHz | 1768 | 956 | 677 | 489 | 381 | | Raspbery PI 2 | 16058 | 8176 | 5756 | 4985 | 4688 | | Intel Core i5 3570K | 1327 | 663 | 478 | 406 | 383 | | Inte Core 2 Duo E6400 | 3689 | 2652 | 2594 | 2402 | 2242 |
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Raspberry Pi's BIG BIG big.LITTLE Brother... HiKey 960 Product Pages: http://www.96boards.org/product/hikey960/ http://www.lemaker.org/product-hikeysecond-index.html Buy HiKey 960: http://www.lenovator.com/product/132.html twitter: @sahajsarup Instagram: @ric_96 blog: geektillithertz.com/wordpress
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In this video from SC17, Bruce Tulloch from BitScope describes an low-cost Raspberry Pi cluster that LANL can use to simulate large-scale supercomputers. "The BitScope Pi Cluster Modules system creates an affordable, scalable, highly parallel testbed for high-performance-computing system-software developers. The system comprises five rack-mounted BitScope Pi Cluster Modules consisting of 3,000 cores using Raspberry Pi ARM processor boards, fully integrated with network switching infrastructure." A quest to help the systems software community work on very large supercomputers without having to actually test on them has spawned an affordable, scalable system using thousands of inexpensive Raspberry Pi nodes. It brings a powerful high-performance-computing testbed to system-software developers, researchers, and others who lack machine time on the world’s fastest supercomputers. “It’s not like you can keep a petascale machine around for R&D work in scalable systems software,” said Gary Grider, leader of the High Performance Computing Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory, home of the Trinity supercomputer. “The Raspberry Pi modules let developers figure out how to write this software and get it to work reliably without having a dedicated testbed of the same size, which would cost a quarter billion dollars and use 25 megawatts of electricity.” Grider conceived the new solution to provide the systems software community with an inexpensive testbed of similar scale to the largest supercomputers being deployed. Designed and built by BitScope and distributed by SICORP, the Pi Cluster Modules enable developers to build, scale and test software before launching it on Trinity, Crossroads, and other large systems. The modules have other potential applications from education to the internet of things. The BitScope system consists of five rack-mounted Pi Cluster Modules, each with 150 four-core nodes of Raspberry Pi ARM processor boards. They are fully integrated with network switching infrastructure. With a total of 750 CPUs or 3,000 cores working together, the system gives developers exclusive time on an inexpensive but highly parallelized platform for test and validation of scalable systems software technologies. “Having worked with Raspberry Pi for quite some time, I’ve long thought it the ideal candidate to build low-cost cloud and cluster computing solutions for research and education,” said Bruce Tulloch, CEO of BitScope. “When SICORP approached us with Gary’s plans, we jumped at the opportunity to prove the concept.” The Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive, credit-card sized computer that can be connected to a keyboard and TV to do just about anything a typical desktop computer can do. It was developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in the United Kingdom to help spread computing in education and in developing countries. The price for a basic model starts at about $25 and consumes only a handful of watts of power. Beyond HPC system-software development, additional applications for the Pi Cluster Modules include better simulation of large-scale sensor networks, with flexible I/O to connect the actual sensor devices; HPC network topology research, to improve production performance; and the internet of things. Looking around for a solution to the challenges facing HPC systems software developers, Grider said, he “suddenly realized the Raspberry Pi was an inexpensive computer using 2 to 3 watts that you could use to build a several-thousand-node system large enough to provide a low-cost, low-power testbed to enable this R&D.” Yet he could not find a suitable densely packaged Raspberry Pi system on the market. “It was just people building clusters with Tinker Toys and Legos,” said Grider, a widely respected innovator in the HPC world. So he turned to SICORP of Albuquerque, N.M., to collaborate on a solution. Then they jointly worked with BitScope of Australia to develop easily scaled rack-mounted units. Learn more: http://bitscope.com Sign up for our insideHPC Newsletter: http://insidehpc.com/newsletter
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If you missed Part 1 (Hardware and Assembly) go watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJKhRLKXr-Q In this video, I walk you through the steps to configure the first node in the cluster as a DHCP server providing NAT to the remaining nodes in the cluster. We also walk through installing BOINC, getting an account, and attaching the nodes to the [email protected] project. The adafruit tutorial referenced in the video can be found here: https://learn.adafruit.com/setting-up-a-raspberry-pi-as-a-wifi-access-point/overview http://www.einsteinathome.org/ Thread about Pi and Einstein at Home: https://www.einsteinathome.org/content/parallella-raspberry-pi-fpga-all-stuff Join the Raspberry Pi [email protected] Team: https://einsteinathome.org/community/teams/185986
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FPGA: chip-based supercomputers and Microsoft wants to change the world of computing. Amazon, Google or Facebook have been down this road, but it is a surprise to see that Microsoft is also going down that road with the so-called Project Catapult, a separate initiative rather than creating servers as conventional chips are created with other chips that have renewed interest in the industry: programmable FPGA. Maybe Google, Amazon or Facebook have been ahead of Microsoft in the design of own servers, but the Redmond company has its own strategy in this regard. Instead of using generic chips for those custom servers, chips are much more versatile, since it is programmable FPGAs that can adapt to different environments and scenarios in a much more powerful way. Wired has spoken with officials of Project Catapult leading up about three years and has transformed the vision of the company. The arrival of Satya Nadella has caused a shift in strategy, and cloud services are now fundamental. And to those nothing better than especially versatile, powerful and efficient server services, ensure those responsible for this project. FPGA chips did not seem to pose a viable alternative, but Doug Burger project manager and his team soon showed that this pathway was more promising than it might seem. Especially since these specialized chips could be reprogrammed at any time to adapt to new workloads and new needs. Wired us how the then CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, was not convinced that the idea would succeed, but support Liu Qi Bing head of allowed change things. Now those chips are responsible for that when we do a search on Bing it returns the results returned as fast as it does, but is also preparing its integration into servers dedicated to its developments in artificial intelligence. In fact, they ensured the project managers in the coming years virtually every new Microsoft server include an FPGA. #Microsoft #chips #FPGA #Components #technology #AbanTech #services #Amazon #Google #Facebook #Supercomputers #CPU #IBM #Dell #HP #ElasticComputeCloud #WIKIPEDIA
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The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit 2013 San Francisco, California Kickstarting the Transition to Parallel Computing with Open Hardware By Andreas Olofsson Massively parallel computing will become truly ubiquitous once the vast majority of programmers and programs know how to take full advantage of the underlying hardware. Unfortunately this is easier said than done: Making parallel computing easy to use has been described as "a problem as hard as any that computer science has faced". With such big challenges ahead, we need to make sure that every programmer has access to cheap and open parallel hardware and development tools. For this reason, Adapteva launched the Parallella open hardware platform with the goal of democratizing access to parallel computing. In this talk, Andreas Olofsson CEO at Adapteva will present the Parallella computing platform and some of the positive developments that have come about as a result of taking an open approach to hardware.
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A video showing how we built a 756 CPU general purpose 500 Watt Beowulf cluster using 42 individual Parallella boards. Each parallella board contains a Xilinx Zynq FPGA with a dual core ARM A9 running at 667MHz and a 16-CPU Epiphany coprocessor chip running at 600MHz. For more information about the Parallella board, please visit: http://www.adapteva.com/products/eval-kits/parallella/ Parallella pre-orders now open at: http://shop.adapteva.com Video by: Kevin Cheng, a Senior at Lexington High School
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At MUSIC '10, Adapteva CEO Andreas Olofsson talks with New Tech Press Editorial Director Lou Covey about taping out a new microprocessor in 6 weeks. The need for speed is a driving factor in reducing cost of developing and manufacturing complex ICs, which can make the industry profitable again
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Verium mining using ODROID-XU4 x 20 Related post: "CPU Mining is back! A complete how to guide and profit analysis for Verium mining on a farm of single board computers" Part 1 - https://goo.gl/XM5ype Part 2 - https://goo.gl/c38MWj Part 2b - https://goo.gl/4Gi8ax
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Quick introduction on capabilities of 100GE network traffic transmission and reception on a commodity hardware using Xilinx FPGA-based hardware-accelerated network interface cards built and programmed by Netcope Technologies.
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This was a display, outside of the Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The point of the display was to demonstrate the benefits of parallel computing using 9 linked Raspberry Pi computers. The Titan supercomputer has about 300,000 cores across 18,500 CPUs, all running in parallel. Courtesy of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
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Endless Computers http://www.endlessm.com/ Parallella: A Supercomputer For Everyone http://www.adapteva.com/ Solu: A New Type of Computer http://www.solu.co/ Orbbec Persee: World's First 3D Camera-Computer https://orbbec3d.com/ Tactalis Origin Tactile Computer http://www.tactalis.com/
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Chris Limon, Co-Founder of TheMissionHollywood.com Wins a Mini Super Computer at SXSW and shows you how cool it is! Created on March 21, 2010 using FlipShare.
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This is the first of 6 Parallel Video Boards running a Xilinx XC6SLX9-3 144-pin FPGA, a 133MHz 2MBx18 Cypress Synchronous RAM and a 150MHz videoDAC. The resolution is 1024x768 pixels @ 16-bits. The pixel clock, 65Org16.b CPU and external SyncRAM are all run at 70MHz. This was the first successful test of writing to the display memory. The video first shows the videoRAM being written by the CPU with a delay. The 16-bit CPU sends 5-6-5 RGB data. Red data first, then Green, and finally Blue and then cycles over. The next part I modify the program by commenting out the delays with a ';' and reprogram the FPGA. During the wait, I scroll through the top_level of the project, written in Verilog, using Xilinx ISE14.1. After successful FPGA PROM re-programming, the top speed can be seen without the delays. I estimate ~4GB/sec write-only on a 70MHz 16-bit softcore machine. Credits for the original NMOS6502 softcore CPU and also the modification to make it 16-bits can be found on my fork here on Github: http://github.com/ElEctric-EyE/verilog-6502. The work continues. Multiplication opcodes are next for this .b core.
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During the "European Exascale Research" workshop that followed the ISC15 Conference in Frankfurt, Germany, Filippo Mantovani from the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) talked about the Mont-Blanc project that uses mobile technology in HPC. He explained about the experiments the team performed on the prototype. The first Mont-Blanc project began in 2011 with the goal to develop a European exascale approach using commodity and embedded cost-effective technology and has been finished mid-2015. In the meantime the second Mont-Blanc project has started off. So, there was a period of overlap between the two projects but the Mont-Blanc partnership and collaboration has remained constant over time. The project has data centres but has also ARM and Bull involved as industrial partners. For the text of the presentation see: http://primeurmagazine.com/weekly/weekly/AE-PR-11-15-3.html
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Subscribe for more short comedy sketches & films: http://bit.ly/laurisb Funny business meeting illustrating how hard it is for an engineer to fit into the corporate world! Watch the next episodes: http://bit.ly/SquareProjectEp1, http://bit.ly/SquareProjectEp2 & http://bit.ly/SquareProjectEp3 Starring: Orion Lee, James Marlowe, Abdiel LeRoy, Ewa Wojcik, Tatjana Sendzimir. Subtitles available in many, many languages (enable them using the "Subtitles/Closed Captions" button). A big thank-you to everyone who translated! You can add new subtitles here: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=BKorP55Aqvg Written & Directed by Lauris Beinerts Based on a short story "The Meeting" by Alexey Berezin Produced by Connor Snedecor & Lauris Beinerts Director of Photography: Matthew Riley Sound Recordist: Simon Oldham Production Designer: Karina Beinerte 1st Assistant Director: James Hanline Make-up Artist: Emily Russell Editor: Connor Snedecor Sound Designer: James Bryant Colourist: Janis Stals Animator: Benjamin Charles The original short story "The Meeting" (in Russian): http://alex-aka-jj.livejournal.com/66984.html The Expert shirt campaign is over, but let me know if you'd be interested, you can check it here: https://bonfire.com/the-expert We made this video using: - Canon 7D camera: http://amzn.to/1FuXXVv - Final Cut Pro 7: http://amzn.to/1Lt7UrZ - Web-based Cyrillic converter: http://2cyr.com/ - The Hospital Club premises for a stage test (only partially recorded...): http://thehospitalclub.com/ - Libre Office Calc to make sense of the shot list... - 7 different markers and an empty juice pack to get the right sound - A bottle of single malt whiskey Funny short comedy films / sketches / skits & any other videos / movies made by Lauris Beinerts. If you like to laugh, subscribe for new (albeit irregular) videos! Семь красных линий Гуманитарий и инженер Дизайнер и заказчик 工程师心里的痛只有工程师能懂 史上最悲催工程师 如何用透明笔画出红色线条 #ShortComedySketch #expert
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http://www.xcubicle.com/events -- A compilation of all the meetups and workshops we've hosted since 2012. A big thanks to the Bitcoin community organizers and other open source community organizers we helped incubate in the NYC tech scene.
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Raspberry Pi-Based Beowulf Cluster - LED Light Show Josh's Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=i_r3z1jYHAc Info http://coen.boisestate.edu/ece/raspberry-pi/ New PDF http://coen.boisestate.edu/ece/files/2013/05/Creating.a.Raspberry.Pi-Based.Beowulf.Cluster_v2.pdf Song: Piranha Panik VS Equinox [Mashup] https://soundcloud.com/hurtin-albertan/piranha-panik-vs-equinox Related Song: Millions Like Us - Equinox http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKpK4Wc5TvI
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So Can You Mine CryptoCurrencies Or Crypto Coins On A CubieBoard 2(SBC) ?? Well in simple Yes. You can mine a CryptoCurrencies on a Cubieboard or Single board computer. In this video, i will show you how to install setup and start running a Crypto miner. Mining the Cryptocurrencies, Magi Coin a CPU minable coin. then just for the fun of it and as I a not personally paying the electricity bill, we will run the same miner on my Hp Server with 8 cores of Xeon goodness and see the hash rate of that. Magi Coin is a great coin for beginners who don't have a lot of money to buy big expensive GPU and graphics cards. A GTX 1080 TI a graphics using to mine CryptoCurrencies is around £800 or so Links below. With lower energy cost as well it could be profitable especially with the currencies on the rise. GTX 1080 TI EXTREME (£807,00) http://amzn.to/2A7v86G Cubieboard2 (£69.00) http://amzn.to/2qgavpk Blog (With Install Commands) http://jugoo.co.uk/2018/01/can-you-mine-cryptocurrencies-or-crypto-coins-on-a-cubieboard-2sbc/ Magi Coin Pools (XMG) https://poolinfo.systms.org/ Price Of Magi Coin https://www.coingecko.com/en/price_charts/magi/usd
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Buy New Raspberry Pi 3 GeauxRobot Raspberry Pi B, 2 and 3 Stackable Case: SanDisk 8GB microSD NETGEAR 5-Port Switch Part 2 - Software Configuration is now live! In celebration of crossing my 1000000th [email protected] Credit, I'm sharing how I built my Raspberry. Buy #TechofMind Merch to Support the Channel: GeauxRobot Raspberry Pi B+ Stackable Case: Raspberry Pi B+ SanDisk 8GB.
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https://hip-hop-music.fandom.com/wiki/O.D.D_TV A Strangers Guide to the #FlatEarth | A comprehensive beginners course that thoroughly explains the answers to 21 of the most frequently asked questions about Flat Earth. Journey through the list from beginning to end while all the "loose ends" are tied up by the time it's over. Share with you friends, family and loved ones. The #earth is most definitely #flat and it is important for us to understand. 21 Questions: 01. Where’s the edge? 02. Where does the sun go if the #earth is flat? 03. What’s underneath the #flatearth ? 04. What about ships & boats disappearing over the horizon? 05. What about all the pictures of the #earth ? 06. Why are all the other planets round? 07. What about satellites and GPS? 08. Is outer space even real? 09. How is circumnavigation possible on Flat Earth? 10. How come the moon is upside down in the southern hemisphere? 11. What about seasons? 12. What about gravity? 13. What about the Coriolis Effect? 14. Why can’t I see infinitely far? 15. Is the #flatearth a religious thing? 16. Is the #flatearthsociety behind the resurgence of the #flatearth? 17. Are all scientists, pilots and members of the government in on it? 18. #NASA isn’t the only space agency. Are all the others in on it? 19. Well then who’s responsible for this deception? 20. Why the lie? 21. What’s it mean if the #earth is flat? ODD TV / ODD REALITY ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you wish to donate to O.D.D: Paypal: paypal.me/FlatEarth247 Bitcoin: 3CgzSM65dbL3KM8GUuwgiyWDHvk3AbZ4x4 Bitcoin Cash: qp2ufts6eeyq8369slz8gys0vzq45l64yul28dy8kp Ethereum: 0xEdC21a0D35999893a39bF4011Ca957e079A6b0eb Litecoin: MG5CXc4bxHf1UNzJrXkMybLLps6D5rhT11 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Check out my Flat Earth and Anti-NASA T-Shirts and Accessories: TeeSpring: https://teespring.com/stores/oddtv RedBubble: http://www.redbubble.com/people/oddtv/shop ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ODDTV/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/oddtv3 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oddtvofficial/ OTHER CHANNELS & VIDEO SITES: Backup YT Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ODDtv3 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/oddreality BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/odd-tv/ DTube: https://d.tube/#!/c/oddtv Steemit: https://steemit.com/@oddtv ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #TRUTHMUSIC : O.D.D TV youtube music playlist: https://goo.gl/hwDLTw 'Never Sleep Again' album in 432hz (2017): DIGITAL iTunes: https://goo.gl/ZlCy5Z Amazon Music: https://goo.gl/Ht6btw Google Play: https://goo.gl/jjJQ49 PHYSICAL https://goo.gl/P3LnOQ STREAMING Spotify: https://goo.gl/ZRfDKr Tidal: https://goo.gl/EpfuQ2 or FREE download if that's better for you: https://goo.gl/K4WaOX 'Living in Hell' mixtape download (2016): https://goo.gl/W6R2mK My soundcloud page: https://soundcloud.com/overdosedenvermusic My Reverbnation page: Reverbnation: https://www.reverbnation.com/oddreality
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In This Episode: Students spend summer on Raspberry Pi and talking web, GigaTux Offers Turnkey Linux 12.0 on its Linux VPS Packages, Bodhi Linux 2.1.0 Released, Red Hat uses GPL to hit back in patent suit, IDF: Intel says Clover Trail will not work with Linux, openSUSE Edu Li-f-e 12.2 out now!, Landscape update improves ROI and compliance for Ubuntu in the enterprise, Southampton engineers a Raspberry Pi Supercomputer, Is Aliyun OS really Linux? Android? A rip-off of both? Original Show Notes: http://quicksurf.com/?p=3361
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