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SMP and dual coure CPUs

	The lab where I work, among others, we have a dual dual-core
opteron (2218) machine running linux (gentoo). I can get the
specifications and where it was bought from. But probably it's a bit
overkill for you, we use it for physics simulations , MPI, etc. I've
set it up to boot using PXE from another linux 'raid5 fileserver' and
the machine works great. It surely sped up my computer code
compilations/simulations :) 

On Mon, Apr 30, 2007 at 09:33:38PM -0400, markw at wrote:
| I want to get a dual CPU motherboard, and I want it to support dual core

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