A few hours ago, I released a pretty nice improvement to Meshcentral.com, much improved Intel AMT Hardware KVM support. If you happen to manage computers with Intel AMT 6.0 or above with the right CPU and no added graphics card, you have a remote desktop server built right into your computer's hardware. It's basicaly a VNC server.
Using X services on the Intel(R) Manycore Testing Lab is unsupported, yet possible. This article demonstrates in general and in detail the four necessary steps to run X on the server:
1) Make a standard, character-based connection
2) Run the required software on the server
3) Run your secure PCX server software
4) Make the connection
Two secure PCX server solutions are discussed.
The N-Body problem is a classic example used frequently to demonstrate parallelization and how it improves performance. Originally my mentor at Intel told me that he wanted to create an n-body demo because he didn't have one yet despite it being so common. That's when I told him, "I've already got one."
Parallel Minimum Spanning Tree Algorithm
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