UPC LiveCD 20051111

UPC LiveCD is a UPC-enabled Linux operating system on a CD-ROM disc.
UPC LiveCD is a UPC-enabled Linux operating system on a CD-ROM disc. It runs directly from the CD without installing. I created it to demonstrate UPC programming on the SC2005 conference.

With UPC LiveCD, you can try out UPC programming without the need of a multiprocessor environment. UPC LiveCD boots your laptop or workstation from a CD-ROM and runs in the memory only.

It does not have any side effects to the installed system on your computer. UPC LiveCD is based on the SLAX project. The current release contains demo versions of MuPC V1.1.2 and GCC UPC V3.4.4.1.

How to use:

Burn the image on a blank CD.
Read the README on the CD.
Boot your computer from the CD. You may need to modify your BIOS settings to set CD-ROM as the first boot device.
The system loads and starts KDE automatically. MuPC and GCC UPC are ready to use.
When you are done, logout. The CD automatically ejects.

last updated on:
May 9th, 2007, 17:46 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Zhang Zhang
homepage:
www.cs.mtu.edu
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Linux Distributions

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