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Re: Cluster ubuntu towers toghether.
Yes, there are tons of cluster solutions out there, and you should definitely check out the excellent documentation there was out there for Mosix. That software has been brought into other kernel projects at this point, and is available as modules or compile-ins. Just refer to the kernel documentation first and consider the cluster management software independently from Ubuntu. You are welcome of course, to use Ubuntu forums to help flesh out the cluster documentation you yourself happen to need.
Be sure to make economic use of electricity, and to call processors CPUs or processors, not cores (which is a precise term for an almost-independent CPU; there is more to a 2-260 core CPU than just those cores!)
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Reinstall windows. XP or 7. Install Virtualbox. Install ubuntu in virtualbox and practice using it. There are many manuals for using ubuntu online. I'd use Ubuntu for dummies just like I did. Lookfor guides on how to use Virtualbox also.
Unfortunately, there is no "downgrade" path. The only way around it, is to re-install the version you want only after formatting your hard drive. Otherwise if it is only the desktop look that you are after, there are ways to get it to look and act like that of 10.10. To get the classic Ubuntu interface: First click the little screen icon top right. Click System Settings at the bottom. Then on the left hand side of the Control Center click System Then Click Login Screen Then click Unlock and put your password in. At the bottom you can select Ubuntu Classic as your default session. Close it and reboot. Enjoy!!
Ok I have Duo booted ubuntu a couple of times now. When you were partitioning did you use the automatic or he manual? Since you have two hard disks, I will assume you use a desktop and you know how to take it apart. So, if you did automatics the bestt I can tell you is to swith your hard drives around physically and if that fails try switching g the boot menu order. If you used manual partitioning then when you were creating the ext3 partition you did not type / in the text box labeled Moint Point (that's the best I can help you) I hope this has fixed your problem. GO UBUNTU