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I'm thinking on making a computing cluster at home to render things that I do in 3d programs like blender, maya and UDK. can I use a linux cluster enen though UDK only runs on on windows or am I forced to use windows? if so can I make a linux cluster with a windows "master"?


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UDK only runs on on windows

And, you have your answer.

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thanks i figured as much. would all the computers need to have windows installed or can they have no OS?. sorry I dont really understand how clusters work... – user169808 Apr 16 '13 at 16:56
They need Windows installed. I think you should consider hiring a professional. – MDMarra Apr 16 '13 at 17:01
Ya I think I will even though I'm curious it seems like its a little complicated. thanks – user169808 Apr 16 '13 at 17:27

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