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Old October 20th 05, 10:28 AM
 
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Default Chess programs for Linux which use fork() instead of multithreading?

Do any strong chess programs use fork()ed processes instead of
multithreading? I'd need one like this to take advantage of a MOSIX
based cluster.

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Old October 20th 05, 10:47 AM
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Default Chess programs for Linux which use fork() instead of multithreading?

Sorry, I meant OpenMosix, not MOSIX

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