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## Please make sure you replace Example with the name of your distro throughout.
## Please keep any lines that do not apply to your distro and set them to blank.
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{{http://bccd.net/img/bccd_logo_new.png|BCCD logo|width=160 height=120}} {{http://bccd.net/sites/bccd.net/files/bccd_logo_2.png|BCCD logo|width=160 height=120}} BCCD (Bootable Cluster CD) is a live CD intended for use as an pedagogical tool for high school and college computational science educators. Using the BCCD, one can quickly setup a compute cluster with all the tools needed to start teaching computational science or parallel programming. Optionally, a permanent cluster maybe automatically configured by copying the live CD image onto a hard drive.
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 * Status: active (2011-01-24)  * Status: active (2017-09-15)
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 * Corporate sponsor: [[http://www.intel.com/|Intel Corporation]], [[http://sc10.supercomputing.org/?pg=edprog.html|Supercomputing Education Program]]
 * Example user list: TBD
 * Example devel list: [[http://bccd.net/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/bccd-developers|bccd-developers]]
 * Debian derivatives census maintainer: Skylar Thompson (skylar@cs.earlham.edu)
 * Blog: http://www.bccd.net/blog
 * Microblog:
 * Corporate sponsors: [[http://www.intel.com/|Intel Corporation]], [[http://www.shodor.org|Shodor Foundation]]
 * Government sponsor: [[http://www.nsf.gov|National Science Foundation]] (Grant Numbers 1258604 and 1347089)
 * Funding model: grants, donations
 * Location: based in USA
 * Research publications:
 * hardware wishlist:
 * hardware supported:
 * hardware certification:
 * user IRC: irc://irc.freenode.net/bccd
 * devel IRC: irc://irc.freenode.net/bccd
 * Debian IRC:
 * user list: [[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/bccd-users|bccd-users@googlegroups.com]]
 * devel list: [[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/bccd-developers|bccd-developers@googlegroups.com]]
 * Debian list:
 * user forums:
 * devel forum:
 * Debian forum:
 * wiki: http://bccd.net/wiki
 * Security contact:
 * Debian derivatives census maintainer: Aaron Weeden <aweeden@shodor.org>
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 * Debian derivatives census output: http://deriv.debian.net/BCCD/
 * Debian page:
 * Distrowatch page:
 * Wikipedia page:
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 * Based on: Debian stable  * Debian archive quantity: full archive
 * Based on: Debian stable (squeeze)
 * Interfaces: console, Xfce
 * Init systems: sysvinit
 * Archive tool:
 * Build status:
 * Build tools: jenkins
 * Image build: from scratch
 * Image tool:
 * Install tool: debootstrap
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 * Bug tracker: [[https://cluster.earlham.edu/trac/bccd-ng/]]  * Bug tracker: https://cluster.earlham.edu/trac/bccd-ng/report
 * Bugs forwarded to Debian:
 * Package tracker:
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 * developer information: http://bccd.net/developers.php
 * Wiki: [[http://bccd.net/ver3/wiki/index.php/Main_Page]]
 * dpkg vendor:
 * Patches repo:
 * Docs about BCCD for Debian developers:
 * Docs about Debian for BCCD developers:
 * BCCD glossary:
 * Package comparison:
 * Popcon information:
 * Quality assurance information:
 * lintian information:
 * piuparts information:
 * static analysis information:
 * list of developers: http://bccd.net/devs
 * developer blogs:
 * developer microblogs:
 * derivatives info:
 * mirrors file:
 * mirror tools: reprepro
 * changelogs pool:
 * apt repositories (binary):
{{{#!highlight sourceslist numbers=disable
deb [arch=i386,amd64] http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze-lts main contrib non-free
deb [arch=i386,amd64] http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze main non-free contrib
deb-src http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze-lts main contrib non-free
deb-src http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze main non-free contrib
}}}
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Last updated <<DateTime(2011-01-25T03:46:56Z)>> Last updated <<DateTime(2018-10-11T02:54:00Z)>>

BCCD

BCCD logo BCCD (Bootable Cluster CD) is a live CD intended for use as an pedagogical tool for high school and college computational science educators. Using the BCCD, one can quickly setup a compute cluster with all the tools needed to start teaching computational science or parallel programming. Optionally, a permanent cluster maybe automatically configured by copying the live CD image onto a hard drive.

deb [arch=i386,amd64] http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze-lts main contrib non-free
deb [arch=i386,amd64] http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze main non-free contrib
deb-src http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze-lts main contrib non-free
deb-src http://debmirror.cluster.earlham.edu squeeze main non-free contrib

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