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Debian Unstable/testing alpha.


Pre-Alpha Console distro for high performance Linux computing.

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Basic Debian INTEL/AMD HPC console/desktop multi purpose. Linux for software devs/QA and thin laboratory clusters. MIC hardware, NUMA and live network memory and full IPv6 are supported.

Final alpha release features:
* Usb image
* General debian repos
* VM optimizations
* Hugepages by default
* CGROUPs optimized by default
* Latest Debugging / Baremetal kernels
* Full Haswell and MIC support in test
* Full optimized python support
* Full optimized perl support
* Java compliance
* IPv6 full stack with IPsets
* Multipath storage
* Overclocking tools
* Student/Developer scripts. (git pull, builders)
* i915 latest support drivers and gallium.
* Kernel patching, testing featurettes
* Wi-Fi and bluetooth ipv4 support
* Latest GCC versions
* Qt, Java, Maven, Desktop improvements

Basic Console Pre-alpha build
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English, Spanish

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Developers

User Interface

OpenGL, Project is a templating system, Web-based, Console/Terminal, Motif/LessTif, Qt, GTK+, Curses/Ncurses, SDL, FLTK, XUL

Programming Language

Fortran, Python, Perl, C++, Java, Scala



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