setting up a small Xgrid

Posted on 2009-02-09
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I am a teacher in a small school and we are wanting to use the old macs that we have in an Xgrid type supercomputer. We have 30 old macs from 400MHz to 867MHz, (I know they are slow) but its just to show the students that you can reuse old computers for something other than landfill,
O.K. so for my question I would like to know is there a "how to" somewhere that I can show them, and then they can set it up from scratch so they can feel that they did it them selfs, I know that its easy enough to do "but If you don't know networking well" its not as easy.
Can you help?

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